2013 January 31
DKNY Visits Its Archives For Opening Ceremony
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(NEW YORK) DKNY is time traveling back to the nineties by way of Opening Ceremony. The New York-based brand is teaming up with the retailer on a limited-edition capsule collection comprised of 15 DKNY items, reissued from the nineties archive, including the iconic skyline print you've been missing since '92. Expect hooded sweatshirts, color-blocked, zip-front jumpsuits, bodysuits, logo tees, puffers, and leggings that will retail between $145 and $665. The best part? You won't need to wait with baited breath. The buzzy collab is slated to hit Opening Ceremony locations tomorrow in New York, Los Angeles, Toyko, and London, along with OpeningCeremony.Us.
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