Twenty-five years in fashion is worth celebrating, and that's what Donna Karan did Sunday at her DKNY show.
She was all smiles as she did her lap of the runway after her parade of flirty, colorful looks.
Karan wasn't afraid to pay homage to the late 1980s when this brand — geared toward a younger woman with a smaller paycheck than her signature collection — was launched. The soundtrack was courtesy of the Beastie Boys, Run DMC and Aerosmith, and the backdrop was done in graffiti, reminiscent of New York's grittier time.
"We celebrated the city of life," she said. "It happens in New York City. They're clothes that last forever. They're clothes that have been inspired from nylons to lifestyle to yoga to bathing suits."