The first article I wrote for this site was a story on the death of Michael Kors.
The story was about how Michael Kor, the designer of the iconic black Louis Vuitton trench coat, had died at the age of 62.
But I never wrote about Michael’s funeral.
It seemed a waste of my time.
So I didn’t.
For the first few years after Michael’s death, I would have no idea why anyone would want to go to his funeral.
The mourning period had already begun.
But when my friends and I started to talk about Michael, we discovered that we had a lot in common.
I think it was because Michael’s son, James, had been a friend of mine and one of my closest friends.
In fact, Michael and James have been good friends since I was 15.
James was the son of the late Michael K. who was born in 1955 in San Francisco, California.
Michael was born a boy, and his parents divorced when he was just 10 years old.
In 1968, Michael married the mother of my childhood friend, the fashion designer, and they have three daughters, Tiffany, Marla, and Tiffany-Bridget.
Michael has always been a fashion designer.
He was also a fashion director at Ralph Lauren and Chanel.
He also worked for a number of leading men and women in fashion, including Calvin Klein, David Beckham, Michael K, Diane von Furstenberg, and more.
But Michael’s real passion was fashion, and the passion that led him to design, in many ways, the entire Louis Vuiting trench coat line.
The trench coat was an essential piece of his wardrobe, because it provided a stylish and stylishly elegant way to dress in black, a color often associated with poverty.
Michael Koras trench coat.
Photo: Michael Kora.
His trench coat has become a symbol of the world he lived in, and its importance to him.
When he was dying, Michael’s wife, the singer and designer Marla Kora, visited him at his home in San Jose.
They said, “I know you’ll be the most famous person of all time, but there’s one thing that you should know.
When I was growing up, the only thing you ever wore was your trench coat.”
And so Michael’s family took him to see the trench coat for the first time.
Michael’s daughter, Tiffany-Marie, wore the trench in the movie Thelma and Louise, and later, in her role as a fashion model in Vogue.
Michael himself wore the coat when he opened his own boutique in San Mateo in 1977.
His daughter, Marlena, wore it on the red carpet at the Oscars in 1986.
But it wasn’t until about three years after the film premiered that Tiffany wore her trench coat at the wedding of her future husband, the actor and singer Michael B. Jordan.
Michael Kors trench coat from the movie ”Thelma & Louise.”
Photo: James Mangold.
And then there was Tiffany, who wore the jacket on the cover of Vogue in 1977, when Michael was still the fashion director of the brand.
Michael also wore the coats when he and Marla were married.
The first time Tiffany wore the fashion coat was on the set of the movie Michael and Me when Michael’s first wife, Nancy, had the time of her life.
In an interview with Marla Jordan, Michael said, in reference to her wearing the jacket in the wedding scene, “It’s so cool.
I’m wearing a jacket I bought for her.
It was a little bit of a joke, but it was cool.”
Michael was known as an unconventional fashion designer and a style icon in the fashion world.
His creations have been worn by celebrities from Justin Bieber to Madonna.
His trench coat and his fashion show jacket are both trademarks of Louis Vuits luxury brand.
But they were not his only possessions.
Michael had an extraordinary collection of watches, jewelry, and clothing.
In 1985, Michael had a collection of gold watches and a necklace with diamonds worth an estimated $50 million.
Michael wore a collection with a diamond in the center.
Michael once described it as “the crown jewel of the collection.”
And in the years following his death, Michael was rumored to have amassed more than $250 million in investments.
Michael and Marlana Kora wore the Louis Vuite trench coat in the film ”The Lorax.”
Photo by James Mangel.
But the most important part of his life, Michael would tell his fans and colleagues, was fashion.
He loved his work, and he was passionate about the fashion industry.
Michael used his fame and the wealth he had amassed to create a company that sold Louis Vuit trench coats in stores around the world, as well as online and through a retail store.
Michael sold his trench coats through Louis Vuites online store in 2012.
And it was through his online store