The Michael Kors Spring / Summer 2020 fashion show was a rendezvous at Pier 16. Once onboard the specially chartered ferry, the guests could not hide their enthusiasm and slight regret for not using the maritime transport connecting the island with the surrounding areas more often. The guests were heading to Brooklyn, more specifically, the Duggal Greenhouse that had been turned into an actual greenhouse for the occasion. The Young People's Chorus of New York City kicked off the parade and seventy-seven sailor-chic looks, casual, romantic, sometimes with a sense punk and rock, followed each other. The atmosphere reminded of Hamptons as impeccably cut day and night versions of navy blazers were sent down the runway. The classics of the American wardrobe were enhanced by spectacular accessories such as platform fisherman's sandals, straw baskets adorned with patriotic stars, sailor bobs and more. The word hate, crossed with a red line, was seen on the sweaters of some models and seemed like a furious desire to banish it from our lives. We could also hear the children sing Woody Guthrie's This Land is Your Land, and in these times of migratory, environmental and political crisis, we ask only one thing - that the wind turns.