DKNY Fall 2012 Collection Review - "Poetic Rebellion"

If DKNY be the almanac, then Fall 2012 will be chillingly sexy with new takes on brisk winter’s black dress in long, leather sleeves and popped, propped belted collar work that thicken the clean skinny of this season’s silhouettes. The little black dress lift with flippy skirt in two toned texturized black on black leather shapes girlish figures with accentuation both riveting and womanly. A puffer dress doubling as jacket manifested a multi-dimensional personality to each ensemble as versatility reigned both in potential and purpose. Illustrative floral prints concisely tied together a cohesive collection seeking a singular vision of polite artistic integrity.


DKNY staple in winter's little black dress

Mini getting flippant

Not your average fattening winter wear

Puffer sucking it in for accentuation

Floral livening fall to an apathetic tone

Floral print in feministic sillouette channelling young maturity


DKNY is known for the transcendentalism of contemporary women’s fashion and achieves it yet again this season for a fall we can look forward to in "Poetic Rebellion;" rendering conceptualized black into a new demonstration of its native power. The chic DKNY cab tethered to curb outside as models strutted in succinct mapped out cross cut lashing of legs over city heights on cement floors emphasized an urbane approach to modish street wear. Despite indigenous cultural implementation, Los Angeles is no stranger to le couleur noir; its traditional hue transcends all social scenic boundaries to create a collection that reaches both national and international audiences venerating carbon.


Sunglasses for stormy weather in a jet street setting number

Grey pencil skirt with vertical striping detail successfully combines subtle with preposterous

Grey wool challenging fur to remain a side note

Stark, deep, and dark raving clad

Speaking in maroon and gator print


kaMi is a VeGaN Fashion Editorial Writer & Journalist - aware of the signifigant contributions by every single designer and their vision, wants " remind audiences to support faux furs and leathers in conjuncture with environmentally cognizant synthetics. The change starts with you – so demand it and it will become the standard."



Videography Provided By Vidicom, Inc.

Photography Provided By DKNY Lookbook.


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