Michael Kors Appreciates Kendall Jenner Publically, Call Her Professional
Kendall Jenner has really proved herself this season. The young model worked day and night. She walked with all possible famous brands from the fashion world with huge confidence! At Paris Fashion Week, the model walked with all possible top ranking models which include Gisele Bündchen as well as Cara Delevingne. She made appearance at shows like Chanel, Sonia Rykiel, Givenchy, and last but not the least Balmain.
At New York Fashion Week Kendall did not hesitate to show off her talent! She walked in all big show including Marc Jacobs, Diane von Furstenberg, Tommy Hilfiger, and Donna Karan. She also made her presence felt at shows like Dolce& Gabbana, Pucci, Fendi, and Bottega Veneta in Milan. The “Keeping Up with the Kardashian” star got feedback from all over fashion world. So how would Michael Kors react on great performance showed by the model?
The designer did not hesitate to praise the rising star. He said,” I think she’s a strong, powerful, great-looking girl. She’s a real professional,” Kors was talking with E! News at a special dinner for celebrating launch of Claiborne Swanson Frank’s recent book named Young Hollywood. The program was hosted at Beverly Hills. The designer further said that Kendall is really doing well. According to him she is not trading her name and will surely have a great carrier ahead! Should we get surprised if we see Kendall and Kors work together for next project?
Kors further explained, “I think the big thing about models is its kind of like actresses—the right actress in the right part. And when it’s the right show, I think, ‘Hey, that’s fabulous.’ The right show with the right girl—it’s kind of magic.”
Kors along with praising Kendall also talked about the recent season, which was about comfort. He shared, “It’s definitely flat shoes, flat shoes, and flat shoes. Even on the red carpet I think we’re gonna start to see some flat shoes. And just an easiness in general, hands in the pockets, kind of a softness.”