DKNY Exclusively for Opening Ceremony

DKNY Exclusively for Opening Ceremony
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DKNY collaborated with Opening Ceremony for a Spring 2013 collection. The iconic NY brand is re-issuing styles available at OC. The collection will include fifteen women’s and unisex pieces, which were originally released mainly  from 1991–1994. The collection is going to be a reflection of DKNY when it first exploded as a big fashion brand.

The campaign ad includes top list model Cara Delevigne and Ian Sharp.

Get ready for the big event!

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