DKNY Spring 2011 | New York Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published September 12, 2010

DKNY mixes feminine frills with sensible navy, red and black for its spring 2011 range. The DKNY woman is certainly one with a youthful spirit as seen by the collection’s girlish ruffles and belts featuring flirty bows. Grounding the collection, however, are the peep-toed shoes, neck scarves and loose handkerchief style tops that could be worn by a woman of any age.














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5 thoughts on “DKNY Spring 2011 | New York Fashion Week”

  1. I’m a little bit confused … on the one hand I agree totally woth Mark above. That’s not what I’m used to see from DKNY. it looks like it costs not more than H&M or something. but then again I think it’s very wearable and down to earth. don’t know what to think!

  2. I’m a little bit confused … on the one hand I agree totally woth Mark above. That’s not what I’m used to see from DKNY. it looks like it costs not more than H&M or something. but then again I think it’s very wearable and down to earth. don’t know what to think!

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