Even in this economy, Donna Karan’s ventures continue to perform. Noting this success, parent company DKI plans to launch a new line called DKNYC. The line will complement DKNY Jeans and will cover similar prices points. DKNYC will be available in July at stores like Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Lord & Taylor and Dillard’s. Unlike many offshoots, DKNYC does not take its cues from DKNY, and DKI
executives were keen to stress that it was not a watered-down version
of DKNY looks. Instead, DKNYC offers cool urban looks but with a
slightly more casual spin than its bigger sibling. Wholesale prices for DKNYC range from $100 to $150 for outerwear; $70
to $100 for jackets; $40 to $55 for pants, skirts or shirts; $40 to $80
for sweaters, and $25 to $45 for T-shirts. Check out some looks below!
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