Donna Karan Muses Throughout History

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In the mid-aughts, it was impossible to not find your favorite fashion girls sporting a Donna Karan design. From her name brand to DKNY to DKNY Jeans, DK herself was everywhere. But before she was a household name in her own right, the young Parsons student began working under Anne Klein for her eponymous brand. After Klein’s death, Karan and Louis Dell’Olio took over as the lead designers. In 1984, Karan left the company to venture out on her own, debuting her own collection the following year with her signature “Seven Easy Pieces.” The revolutionary concept struck a chord with women, and led Karan into a successful career over the next 30 years. Although she exited her label in 2015, with Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow taking over as co-creative directors, Karan fostered relationships with some of fashion’s most memorable faces. Click through to see the New York-bred house’s muses over the years.

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