Gracing the stage at New York Fashion Week, the latest DKNY show embodied the spirit of designer Donna Karen's home town. Looking to the city's streets for inspiration, the designer referenced Park Avenue, Soho and The Bronx in her designs and stunned her front-row audience with pieces that would appeal to the native New Yorker.
Blending Park Avenue's girly silhouettes with Soho's artful prints, the designer's latest collection was both wearable and visually vivid. The womenswear presentation also referenced Brooklyn's more relaxed hipster aesthetic and looked to The Bronx for its beauty inspiration.
Fresh faced cosmetics, baby hair tresses and gorgeous braids were perhaps the DKNY's show's most talked about elements for Spring/Summer 2015. Overall, the collection blended the aesthetic of New York's neighbourhoods seamlessly and celebrated the city's diverse culture and effortlessly cool style.
Authentic New Yorker Runways
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Graphic Jersey Apparel
Earthy Warrior-Inspired Womenswear
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Space Saga-Inspired Dresses
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