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DKNY Designer Profile

The Evolution of DKNY

DKNY (Donna Karan New York) is one of the leading designer labels in today’s competitive fashion industry. Her ability to make simple designs look simply breathtaking is unlike any other in the business. Donna Karan’s original designs from the late 80’s have really evolved into mainstream contemporary designs. Karan continues to change with evolving trends while successfully developing her own.

In 2005, Donna Karan was awarded with the "Lifetime Achievement Award" to recognize her outstanding efforts in the industry. Donna Karan has created a number of memorable designs that have been featured on some of the hottest runways in the world. DKNY, among many other high-end designer labels like Louis Vuitton, Givenchy and Christian Dior, is a division of LVMH (Moet Hennessey – Louis Vuitton).

DKNY’s Signature Style

DKNY is known for her subtly sexy approach to designer fashion. She’s so creative she could turn a tablecloth into an absolutely stunning piece of fashion. Over the years, Donna Karan has created a signature style unlike any other. The best way to describe her creations is "simply chic." She has captured the hearts of women all over the world with her undeniably gorgeous creations. If you’re looking for an effortlessly breathtaking look, Danna Karan has exactly what you need.

Donna Karan’s collection is extremely diversified. She offers a wide range of elegant evening wear as well as complete lines of everyday clothing like skirts, shirts, pants and jeans. Her evening collection consists of full-length dresses in a number of bright colors. Some of her designer gowns feature geometric shapes for a more unique look whereas her daytime collection is more casual, featuring solid colors and toned down images.

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