Feather, fringe and fantasy were key ingredients in DKNY’s collection, which captured a mood that executive vice president of design Jane Chung described as “Black and White Ball-meets-Factory.” Though fanciful, the designer practiced the right restraint, rendering just enough playful detail to maintain the brand’s signature graphic, urban vibe. A crisp white shirt was teamed with a black feathered skirt. A white poplin tuxedo shirtdress was chic yet still casual. There were also many metallic textures, as in the silver foiled lace shift dress, and several pretty, pink looks, such as a long, furry knit cardigan over a matching tux.

Feather, fringe and fantasy were key ingredients in DKNY’s collection, which captured a mood that executive vice president of design Jane Chung described as “Black and White Ball-meets-Factory.” Though fanciful, the designer practiced the right restraint, rendering just enough playful detail to maintain the brand’s signature graphic, urban vibe. A crisp white shirt was teamed with a black feathered skirt. A white poplin tuxedo shirtdress was chic yet still casual. There were also many metallic textures, as in the silver foiled lace shift dress, and several pretty, pink looks, such as a long, furry knit cardigan over a matching tux.

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