You can make your business stand out with the Michael Kors Logo Vector. It’s transparently layered and means you get to put colors on top while maintaining an accurate black and white version for showcasing yourself or what brands represent in this design!
About Michael Kors Logo
Let’s talk about the designer himself, Michael Kors. He was born in California to an artistic family and he would spend his summers at the shore with a group of painters called “The Waverly” which influenced him greatly. In 1980 he graduated from Parsons School of Design. In 1983, Kors founded his signature luxury fashion house that has become renowned for its American sportswear style.
Make a statement with the iconic Logo on every garment for understated luxury. Keep your look timeless without compromising formality or style, and ask about their regularly edited collections of clothing, jewelry, shoes, and more. From retro-cool to high fashion: Michael Kors has you covered.
Michael Kors logo for your t-shirt, sweatshirt, coffee cup, keychain! Desire often stems from a need. This powerful sentiment is brought to life through Michael’s logo. Be pierced by the desire of a lifetime and put his icon on everything you own and love. We offer all logos free of charge, with Filetypes like jpeg, png, eps, ai, SVG.
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The logo is available in JPG PNG PSD SVG EPS formats. This means you can download it as a single zip file now!
What was Michael Kors logo original name and how did he come to start this company?
It all started in 1981 Michael Kors logo was not even old enough to legally work in New York. And when he spotted a gap in the women's wear market, he saw an opportunity. This is what we know about how much effort goes into making this bag. Every single detail of our bag - from the zippers and buckles to the monogram settings and edges- takes precision, time, and technology. For starters, each piece that leaves our workshop undergoes 7 finishing stages of handiwork.