Michael Kors went right for the heart of his customer with a Fall show that blended elegant luxury with down-home comfort.

Inspired in part by "the rustic glamour of Aspen," Kors designed a collection perfect for one of his smart urban customers who might jump on her Harley on Friday and zoom off to spend the weekend skiing at Stowe. For the trip up, she'll put on one of his tough-girl chic leather motorcycle jackets and his skintight cotton ripstop pants; once there, she'll undo the knee-to-ankle zipper to make a sharp boot-cut trouser, and throw on a quilted leather anorak and hand-painted jeans or a fluffy knee-length coyote vest to hang out in the lodge. Après-ski, she'll slip into a feather-light cashmere baby doll or a camel pointelle jersey dress for hearthside lounging.

Kors covered the work week beautifully as well, with double-face wool pieces like a generous clutch coat over a short wrap-front skirt, lightweight cashmere dresses and sweaters, or a chic suede coat and pants hand-painted in a herringbone pattern. The bonus prize? With all the smart-looking new menswear Kors showed, her boyfriend can look just as good as she does.