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chloe2 Chloe Memisevic in Donna Karan by Yasunari Kikuma for <em>Numéro Tokyo</em> November 2011

Donna BellaChloe Memisevic is a stoic portrait in this Donna Karan feature for the November issue of Numéro Tokyo. In front of Yasunari Kikuma’s lens, Chloe transforms into a dark yet ladylike vision in stylist Masami Tanaka’s elegant selects. A modern finger wave by Yuki and understated makeup by ABE complete the stunning look.

dkcasual12 Donna Karan Casual Luxe Spring 2012 Collection

Casual LuxeDonna Karan’s Casual Luxe collection follows in the steps of the designer’s mainline range featured last month during New York Fashion Week. With safari and tribal inspired clothing, the Donna Karan woman dons light layers, neutral hues and chunky accessories for the new season. Wrinkled fabric and off the shoulder knits bring a lived-in look to the new range. / Photos by Seth Sabal, Styling by Nicoletta Santoro.

donna karan Donna Karan Spring 2012 | New York Fashion Week

Karan’s Tribal SpringDonna Karan’s wearable and feminine designs get a tribal revamp for her spring 2012 collection shown during New York Fashion Week today. Karan notes that her new collection is inspired by her trips to Haiti–influences can be seen form-fitting silhouettes paired with rustic shades and paint splashed prints. For beauty, the Karan woman sported a slicked back ponytail and dark makeup for the spring season as well as wooden necklaces, hoop skirts and wristbands.

donnakarancampaign6 Donna Karan Fall 2011 Campaign | Isabeli Fontana by Inez & Vinoodh

Lady About Town – Taking a cue from the past, Donna Karan’s fall 2011 campaign follows Isabeli Fontana throughout an elegant New York day. Photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin and styled by Nicoletta Santoro, Isabeli goes from day time office to a night out in Karan’s sophisticated silvery hued designs.

donna karan46 Donna Karan Resort 2012 Collection

Future FantasticDonna Karan’s Resort 2012 collection looks towards the future with sculptured shapes and metal accents. Offering masculine tailoring with feminine frills, hoop skirts and the button-up t-shirt get reinvented for a sleekly chic uniform. Topped off with a color palette of red, white and black–the resort lookbook offers the perfect play between elegant and street wear ready. / Photos by Seth Sabal, Styling by Nicoletta Santoro

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