Michael Kors Fall 2019 Campaign Emits Luxury

Michael Kors’ latest campaign will roll out globally in July, inspiring jet setters around the world to book their next flight, ASAP.

If your travel bug is itching, it’s probably from one of two things—either the flood of summer vacays splashed up and down your Insta feed or Michael Kors’ Fall 2019 collection and ad campaign.

The campaign, photographed by the Dutch duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, was shot inside a sprawling New York mansion. Lounging in a luxurious scene, model Rianne Van Rompaey nonchalantly represents the modern jet-set woman—acquainted with a life of glamour, but irreverent, nonetheless.

“For fall, we wanted to capture the eclectic glamour of the runway collection,” Michael Kors said in a statement. “The Michael Kors Collection campaign offers an inside peek into the lives of today’s luxury jet setters. The rich layers of private life and romance found in the images complement the mood, chic and drama of our fall collection.”

The campaign features Michael Kors’ new MKC Monogramme travel bag, embellished with the new MKC logo, against the ornate and lavish backdrop of the mansion. The bag is inspired by drawings that Kors sketched while in high school.

Below, see a sneak peek of the new bag before the campaign rolls out globally in July.

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