Los Angeles, Sep 25 (IANS): American designer Michael Kors likes to include models of different ethnicities in his fashion shows so that his shows don't get boring.
"I like the idea of models that can be chameleons. I don't like it when the models all look the same. To me, it's so incredibly boring to turn them into mannequins, it's so much more interesting if we have different ages, ethnicities, body types, heights," vogue.co.uk quoted Kors as saying.
"We run the gamut from Frankie Rayder who's in her late thirties and Karen Elson, to girls that are just starting out who are 17; we go from the fairest of the fair to the darkest complexions," he added.
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