Donna Karan and Revolve Are Bringing Back Uniform Dressing

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Photo credit: Donna Karan New York
Photo credit: Donna Karan New York


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Before social media trend cycles and endless DTC brands for shoppers to choose from, there were mall stores and catalogues merchandised specifically for uniform dressing. In the late ‘90s through the mid-2000s, names like Donna Karan New York championed the idea of capsule wardrobing before it was a thing. Now, to introduce a new generation to a more calculated approach to style, DKNY has partnered with Revolve to recreate its archival designs with a modern update.

Revolve is known for its exclusive influencer community and has copious brands on its roster—a well-sorted mix of both established and newer names—making it the perfect partner for DKNY’s newest venture. “Donna Karan New York set the gold standard for an empowered, versatile approach to femininity and sensuality,” explained Raissa Gerona, Chief Brand Officer of Revolve. “We are so excited to bring an exclusive wardrobe inspired by this energy to our incredible community of young women, who dress for a life fully well-lived.”



Fitting the bill to a T, Revolve's collection with Donna Karan consists of 15 easy-to-wear pieces that can be styled interchangeably. The items on offer include everything from a simple black wrap dress and one-shoulder top to leather-like A-line mini skirts, metallic sarongs, and a bold jumpsuit—all of which have the power to be dressed up and down effortlessly. In its simplicity the limited edition collection is meant to fit seamlessly into every type of wardrobe.

If you’re looking to secure these effortlessly-chic pieces, the exclusive capsule is available to preorder on both revolve.com and donnakaran.com.

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