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Michael Kors was born on August 9, 1959, on Long Island, New York. He moved to New York City to attend the Fashion Institute of Technology, but dropped out after two semesters. Kors launched his women’s collection in 1981 and became a judge on Project Runway in 2004. First Lady Michelle Obama posed in a Michael Kors dress for her first official portrait. Kors lives in New York City.
Born Karl Anderson Jr. on Long Island, New York, on August 9, 1959, famed fashion designer Michael David Kors was raised on New York’s Long Island. As a toddler, Kors worked as a model, appearing in national campaigns for products such as toilet paper and Lucky Charms cereal. Kors’s biological parents split when he was quite young, and he got his new name at the age of 5, when his mother married businessman Bill Kors. “My mother said, ‘You’re getting a new last name, so why don’t you pick a new first name?'” Kors recalled. He chose Michael as his first name and his second-favorite, David, as his middle name. His mother also allowed him to design her wedding dress. Kors, already a fashion addict, was thrilled with the prospect. “The marriage didn’t last,” Michael Kors said.
In 2004, Kors was asked to be a judge on a new reality television show called Project Runway. He almost turned it down. “Reality show? Fashion on television?” Kors recalled thinking. “I thought that only fashionista freaks, gays and men wanting to see Heidi Klum in a short dress would watch it.” He was wrong. The show premiered on December 1, 2004, and became an immediate hit with fans and critics. Kors’s quips and blunt criticisms were fan favorites, and he continued as a judge in subsequent seasons. Viewers of Project Runway often commented on his perennial tan, a source of pride for the beach-loving Kors. “Now that Valentino has retired, I believe someone must wave the too-tanned flag,” the designer joked.
In 2012, Kors announced that he would be retiring from Project Runway. By that time, the series had garnered several Emmy Award nominations, among other honors.