DKNY, the secondary label of fashion designer Donna Karan, is as tied to New York City in the American mind as "I ♥ NY" t-shirts and rude cabbies. Nicknamed “the Queen of Seventh Avenue,” Karan launched her flagship label in 1985 with Essentials — an accurately titled collection of monochromatic, cashmere and jersey women’s separates designed for sophisticated working women. In 1988 Karan launched DKNY to bring young women into her fold, then expanded the label to include DKNY Jeans: a collection of chic denim men’s and women’s jeans, jean jackets, and separates that reflect Karan’s inimitable minimalist aesthetic. Petite, curvy, and plus-size cuts ensure a perfect fit for every woman, while men can choose between skinny, regular, and relaxed fits. Aside from denim, DKNY offers a full range of wardrobe essentials, including women’s dresses, shoes, hosiery, luxe wallets and handbags, sexy Intimates and shapewear, and perfume; underwear, everything-in-betweenwear, suiting, and fragrances for men; and watches for both. Though Karan sold her original collection and DKNY to LVMH Moët Hennessy in 1996, she’s remained active in both brands as a designer — winning the CFDA’s Lifetime Achievement Award and cementing her place in the pantheon of American fashion.
From 3.1 Philip Lim's avant-garde orange utility pants to the blazers and shirts of Y's Yohji Yamamoto, this massive final sale runs the gamut from cutting edge to classic, from formal to casual and from cashmere to cotton to wool.
Get in the ring for our Main Event and get up to 90% off the retail prices on more than 75 designers. These head-to-toe discounts run deep — be sure to check out Calvin Klein for suits, Y-3 for stylish techie pieces, Cockpit for rugged button-downs and Sperry Topsiders for preppy, shearling-lined boat shoes. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg (yes, we have that brand, too).
Replenish your entire casual wardrobe with just a few clicks, thanks to this comprehensive sale. Andrew Marc’s luxurious jackets employ materials both familiar (nylon, suede) and less so (coyote), while Brixton keeps the focus on fedoras (including a particularly glen plaid version), caps and other head gear. DKNY Jeans has jeans but also T-shirts and ready-for-action sweaters. If you need a few more T-shirts, Rxmance offers even bolder designs. And once your dresser’s stuffed, shove a few more items into Manhattan Portage’s collection of laptop cases, backpacks and messenger bags, all carrying the familiar red MP logo.
From the most avant-garde to the most buttoned-up, the shirts here come in a range of colors, collars and styles. From the stark minimalism of Calvin Klein to a polka-dotted tie collar masterpiece from Ann Demeulemeester to the Ur-power shirts of Cristiani, if you have a torso and a sharp sense of style, you'll find shirts here to fit both.