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 the effects of an entire summer spent at Shake Shack (except the cropped versions). Body-con silk slip dresses with sporty sensibilities will be a retail win, while the blown-up take on the shirtdress gets a feminine touch from lace. Pajama style silk separates were also key, and they were paired with rubber sole shoes (think a sneaker/work boot hybrid) to dispel any notions of excess sweetness.