New York is the new New York if you ask DKNY designers Dao–Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne. For spring summer 2017 the designers re-imagined the codes of DKNY, trying to discover a new system of dressing redefined for the 21st–century.
In the future, what will define New York style? People talk a lot about our city’s past, but we like to think about what’s next. For Spring 2017, designers Dao–Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne discover new meaning in the codes of DKNY, in which the aspirational meets the practical. The resulting collection resides in a futuristic place called “Neo Soho.” Distinct pieces are ruled by contrast—soft and hard, elegance and street, tech and tradition, construction and deconstruction. The designers place an emphasis on femininity, highlighting the waist and revealing the body via transparency. The effect yields a contemporary, urban, free–spirited sexiness. – from DKNY
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