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- Donna Karan

DKNY is a clothing line of fashions started by Donna Karan, in New York City. The initials 'DKNY' stand for Donna Karan New York. Donna Karan was born as Donna Faske on October 2nd, 1948 in Forest Hills, New York. She later became better known as Donna Karan. She learnt her trade working for Liz Claiborne and Anne Klein in the 1970's. It was only In 1984 that she first showed her own collection. And due to her massive success was listed into the Coty Hall Of Fame in 1984.

About DKNY
DKNY are one of the leading designer clothing brands in the world. They design some of the best looking mens and ladies shirts, jeans, caps, trousers, jeans, bags, wallets and footwear. DKNY are based in the United States of America and have offices in lots of countries the world over including the United Kingdom.

 

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 Reviews
 

Posted on 06 / 01 / 2006

DKNY Ladies Top

I have worn DKNY clothing myself for quite a while, and have always really enjoyed wearing them. The only downside of the clothing is the price it's sold at, some of the pieces are so very high i'm surprised people do not run away from the store.

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Emily