New York Fashion Week 2014 DKNY Review

Fashion & Retail Society

By Yana Sybiga
Photos: style.com

DKNY, which was originally created as a more affordable and youth-oriented brand, left the audience with no doubt of these origins after its fall/winter 2014 fashion show. Designer duo Donna Karan and Jane Chung once again made a declaration of love to the brightest and noisiest city on the planet: New York. To add to the theme, most of the outfits were modeled by true New Yorkers, which added a unique street style vibe to the collection.

The collection itself showed classic features of sport-chic mixed with the glamorousness of New York style. The first part of the show primarily consisted of black and white colors, with just a touch of orange at the end. Oversized varsity jackets, leather wide pants and skirts, striped fur coats, contrasting zebra stripes and sweatshirts denoted with a “D” represented this portion of the show. The second part added more…

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