Photography Shawn Brackbill
Published February 17, 2015
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Donna Karan insisted on breaking the laws of symmetry with her Fall 2015 DKNY collection. A single sleeve on an oversized grey coat was coated with gold jewels; a camel coat was decorated with a lone, glittering lapel. In line with this rebellious approach, Karan also felt no obligation to honor the codes of the color wheel. Primary colors—most often blue and red—clashed in fabulous color blocked ensembles. Most striking was a turquoise knit paired with electric red pants. Then came a series of sporty getups that transformed the traditional sweatsuit into feminine dresses. Our favorite element from the show, however, was a small detail—a square patch of stones and sequins that offered an updated approach to the brooch. This accessory was paired with tailored suits and oversized sweaters, unifying the collection and endowing each ensemble with an element of glam.
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