2009 September 17
DKNY - New York Spring 2010
(NEW YORK) "Designed to brighten your style, your spirits, your life," wasn't Donna Karan's newest catchphrase for her Urban Zen Center. It was in fact part of the mission statement of the DKNY show. And while they served freshly squeezed juices at her meditation heaven next door, all the best color was popping on this young, and inspired runway. The collection had a refreshing assortment of clean blanks and rose tones, and a welcome array of sparkle. In fact, it had as much bling as the last Balmain runway. There was a definite sense of optimism, flirtatiousness, and clever glamour in this sure to be very successful effort.
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