(ImaxTree) DKNY fall 2013 at New York Fashion Week
More than the silhouettes and the colors and the devil-may-care anything-goes look of the late-1980s and early-1990s, the thing we miss the most about that era in New York City is the energy. And that's precisely the feeling DKNY
captured in its fall 2013 collection at New York Fashion Week: the spirit and energy during that ten-ish-year span of time when Donna Karan first become The
There were wild, animal-print on animal-print looks styled withe streetwise oversized tailored silhouettes that started out roomy at the shoulders and tapered down into smart, polished hems and motorcycle boots. There were the paneled coats, the stark beige-on-cream-on-black colorblocking, and the oh-so-cool menswear inspired jackets and overcoats. It's a look that's so classic Donna—reinterpreted for the 21st century's on-the-go girl.(ImaxTree) DKNY fall 2013 at New York Fashion Week
The show notes: "For fall, DKNY has its way with iconic classics. Tradition gets a twist of color. Icons have irony. Menswear feminizes. And proportions play—and explode. Everything is up fora modern interpretation: silhouettes are fresh and individual. Colors are graphic, bold and layered together—cool blues. Hot reds, Pop pinks. Nude camels. Black, white and every shade of gray."
Check out the entire collection—every look—right here: