DKNY Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Menswear Collection

Geek-chic, edgy and urban grunge would be perfect to describe DKNY's style for the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Menswear Collection. Very youthful and strong, the line combines together nerdy with techno influences. Pop colors over a neutral chromatic theme chosen spices up this collection. Check it out next!
27 Mar, 2010


DKNY is a world wide known fashion brand founded by fashion designer Donna Karan back in 1989 in New York. Being inspired by her own daughter, Donna Karan launches this label and designs clothing wear and accessories dedicated to today's youth. With modern and luxury their brand captures different styles especially urban chic.

After having a major success, DKNY's popularity kept rising and so the Donna Karan expended the brand including DKNY Jeans, DKNY Juniors, DKNY Underwear, DKNY Men and also fragrances, skincare or accessories lines.

Back in 1992, Donna Karan decided that is time to launch a DKNY Men label that included from sportswear to formal suits, casual wear or footwear. With her great sense of fashion there's no wonder how she managed to pull off such a successful brand.

DKNY Men's style is ideal for elegant, classy, business young men but in the same time for urban, casual chic and stylish ones.

In the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Menswear Collection, fashion designer Donna Karan presents for DKNY an immaculate line which captures the newest modern trends and never dying ones too. By mixing together different styles, this collection comes out perfectly for all kinds of men.

The chromatic theme chosen goes mostly in neutral colors or soft ones but it gets splashed with bold colors like powerful orange, electric blue, bloody red, fuchsia or neon purple.

The main items that we focus our attention on are: biker's leather shoes with pop colored bootlace, jeans tuck into big socks, plaid shirts, hood-blazer, denim shirt, V-neck sweaters, stripes on cardigans or shirts or short techno jackets.





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