Anything you can imagine! This is how the DKNY spring/summer 2014 collection can be best described. The 25th anniversary of DKNY was marked by the comprehensive twist of all styles and conceptual combinations cast at New York Fashion Week. Contrasting to the traditional NYC-inspired thematic background of DKNY, in the collection we see a multi-color diversity of tastes and styles. The diversity is mixed within casual and formal styles, sportswear and swimwear, every piece being created with hardly predictive color themes.
One of the most important principles that the pieces of the DKNY spring/summer 2014 collection stick to is being perfectly wearable. The color tones vary from classic black and white to different overtones of pink, yellow, blue and green.
In some pieces, a nice combination of denim overalls and blazers staying within the shades of black are used. In others we see the effect of an elegant touch achieved by creating some really cute dresses kept within the color themes of white, black and coral, followed with nice pieces of sportswear and swimwear created on even more diverse color shades including pink and blue.
Not leaving aside the part of advertising the brand, Donna Karan found a clever way of encrypting the brand’s logo on some pieces of the collection via special accessories and details, which really go perfectly with the entire collection.
So if you’re seeking for some interesting and creative pieces of clothing created within the frames of different styles and color combinations, the DKNY spring/summer 2014 collection is worth looking through. Here you can find clothing for almost any occasion you’d like: formal, casual, sports, etc. Remaining loyal to their principles, the DKNY designers keep on combining the unique with the wearable in the best way possible.
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