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DKNY Fall/Winter 2016
For their sophomore effort at the house that Donna built, DKNY’s Dao-yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne continued to reinterpret the house’s codes while adding a few of their own. Menswear was a focal point, and in the realm of volume, more was more. Raw-edged jackets and trousers are large enough to swim in, or masquerade
Public School’s Sidewalk Show and First President
Public School’s design duo Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne took their fall 2016 men’s show to the city sidewalks this morning, opening the invitation to 50 members of the public who got a first look at the collection outside before the models filed into the runway show inside Milk Studios. The collection featured wide-brimmed hats, skirt and pant combos, and naturally, Air Jordans. The label kept the
DKNY Unveils New Campaign and Direction
The DKNY show—the second under creative directors Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne—is set to be the hot ticket at New York Fashion Week. And if the designers—who are also the talents behind New York street inspired label Public School—first campaign for the brand is anything to go by the buzz just heightened. Out to emphasize the “strong and sophisticated
DKNY Spring 2016
It was Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne‘s much anticipated debut at DKNY today and they delivered, just as they did earlier in the week at their show for Public School, which everyone is buzzing about. The pintstripe, specifically seen on a strong shouldered jacket, was the focal point. They were accompanied by nifty tie on
Catch DKNY’s Spring 2016 Show, Streaming Live Here!
Find out what’s new at DKNY for Spring/Summer ’16! Watch the show, streaming live here at 3 pm ET!
The Daily Roundup: DKNY Unveils New Logo, Apple Partners with Hermès
Your daily dose of chic intel has arrived! Read on for our roster of must-read tidbits… DKNY Unveils New Logo Find out why the brand’s recently appointed creative directors Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne have chosen the “Franklin Gothic” font for the reimagined logo. Apple Partners with Hermès A look at the chic collab in which
Aliza Licht To Exit DKNY
DKNY PR Girl, the social media face of the fashion brand (and the Twitter account run by Aliza Licht, SVP of global communications), has officially disappeared, according to Mashable. But DKNY gave a few hints on Twitter. On August 3rd, they tweeted: “Dear Friends: I have a big announcement. For all personal of @leaveyourmarkXO book related
Donna Karan Steps Down; Company to Focus on DKNY
It’s officially the end of an era at Donna Karan International: its namesake designer has just vacated her post as chief designer. According to the LVMH-owned brand, she’ll remain a “close advisor” while devoting more of her time to the Urban Zen, an independent company that is privately owned by Karan. Karan’s departure isn’t exactly a surprise.
Encore, Encore! Have You Devoured The Latest Daily Media?
Last week was packed with plenty of buzzy media moves, all of which we chronicled in The Daily Media. So, which editor-in-chief is bidding adieu soon? And which publisher parted ways with a top fashion glossy? Which Style.com staffers are heading out? Who did ELLE Decor add to the masthead? What changes took place at Refinery29? Which
The Daily Media: 34 Moves To Discuss
Mieke ten Have, formerly home editor at Vogue, has been named design editor-at-large at ELLE Décor. Eva Chen, formerly editor-in-chief at Lucky, will be leaving the publication. Rachael Wang, formerly fashion market editor at Style.com, has left the publication. Noah Johnson, formerly deputy editor at Style.com, has left the publication. Caitlin Brody, formerly associate entertainment editor at Glamour,