The line boasts long, flowing dresses, skirts, and jumpsuits. (Photo courtesy: DKNY) By Staff writer |
U.S.-based fashion powerhouse DKNY has launched a
Yalda Golsharifi, fashion editor of
The line boasts long, flowing dresses, skirts, and jumpsuits; long-sleeved shirts, coats, and even a three-quarters-length leather jacket.
"The fabrics drape around the body, encasing the curves that nature gave Middle Eastern women without making them obvious, or attempting to disguise them in bag-like abayas. They walk the fine line between cosmopolitan and conservative, luxurious and ostentatious," she added.
To market the line, DKNY has included interviews with the two stylists on their website, including questions on their favorite
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According to Shah, DKNY had included a saying of the Prophet Mohammad on their website: "
Shah asserted that "this can be corrected immediately, either by removing the quote completely or using the quote in totality and telling us who said it. If you're going to appeal to Muslims, half-measures like these won't work; authenticity is the key element in making concepts like these a success."
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