Designer Clothes – DKNY 2010 Spring Collection

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Designer Clothes – When Donna Karan launched DKNY in 1989, its streetwise, fast-fashion ideas were a welcome innovation. Now, going on the ripe old age of 21, it’s the grand ma’am of a slew of secondary and contemporary collections. Yet DKNY’s raison d’être remains a youthful New York state of mind. There’s evidence of that in the way the collection has been shown in the past: in breezy presentation format, cleverly bopping around the city from Pastis to Lever House to the Karan-owned Stephan Weiss Studio.

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Today we were back at the latter, but this time the designer had opted for a proper seated runway show, and that inevitably raised the question of whether the pomp befits these clothes. Named City in Bloom, Karan’s collection played neutrals off a host of florals, including charming little peonies and splashy floral-camo and -graffiti prints that were decidedly less so. There were endless propositions of the suit: boyfriend jackets paired with little cuffed shorts or slouchy pegged pants—even a silk bomber with matching sweatpants. Biker shorts, strangely named Smoothies, were worn under every dress and short.

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Runway worthy? Perhaps not, but it was certainly filled with items that might make great additions to any girl’s rotation. You could easily envision a model nicking a fab little sage silk romper to hit her go-sees. Here’s one idea: Why not ask those model fans to style their own outfits? It’s an approach that would be more in line with the DKNY spirit.

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DKNY 2010 Spring Collection

Source: Style.com

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~ by cardiganally on September 30, 2009.

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