DKNY pays homage to New York during NYFW

Monday, 08 September 2014
US designer Donna Karan sent models down the runway in an explosion on the fourth day of New York Fashion Week on Sunday.

Karan's spring/summer 2015 collection for her DKNY line was one of infinite color and texture encapsulating modern classics, sports elements and playful geometry in "a sexy mix of street and chic."

An iconic New York designer, she paid homage to the Big Apple as "the world in one place" and as multicolored, multicultural and multi-tasking. Her models sashayed down the runway at top speed in blazing red, ink blue, green, mustard, nude, black and white, all mixed up and mixed together in different materials, in a loft above the High Line public walkway.

A micro gold mini skirt was worn over a longer skirt in black; silk and linen bomber jackets were either cropped or oversized, as were hooded coats and colorful sweaters sometimes falling to the knee. Flared dresses with bare backs were worn with sneakers.

As in Karan's previous season, seven ordinary New York women took part in the runway show.

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