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Discussion in 'History of Style : A Remembrance of Things Past' started by ignitioned32, Feb 14, 2004.
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Lots of jersey, clingy "goddess" dresses and sober colors. She mixed it with chiffon cocktail dresses. There's tweed ofcoures. Overall very boring going well with the boring NY season (ofcourse there are exceptions).
i wish she would marry her guru or sth and retire for good!
it's all vanity, anyway. her label stopped selling a decade ago and never recovered. does anyone have some data? i bet dkny accounts for at least 90% of her sales...
She played that out in soft cashmere and wool jerseys, silk tulle, burnt-out velvets, and wool bouclé, often topped with little twisted fur neckpieces.
I like it
havent seen the collection yet but
V-necks were all over the catwalks during NYFW
what was she trying?Vampire in booklyn??
its not a brilliant collection (her coats were hideous)
but better than her usual boredom collection,
shes been actually staging an hommage to her roots,
very mid '80s Karan
some good moments
brown, golden & prune
I like some pieces here and there but nothing all that great!
The collection was okay, but there were some pieces that were just plain ugly to me. Usually, I love her stuff, but this was a huge disappointment.
I very very few of the pieces - the collection felt like a let down on the whole I was looking forward to this collection
Models: Adina Fohlin, Angela Lindvall, Caroline Trentini, Daria Werbowy (o), Diana Dondoe, Elise Crombez, Erin Wasson, Eugenia Volodina, Gemma Ward, Hana Soukupova, Heather Marks, Isabeli Fontana, Jessica Miller, Laura Morgan, Leticia Birkheuer, Linda Vojtova, Liya Kebede, Marija Vujović, Natasha Poly (c), Polina Kouklina, Rianne ten Haken, Sara Ziff