Review: DKNY Resort 2017

DKNY Resort 2017. This is not your average Resort collection.

Just as Public School's Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne have made their fresh stamp on DKNY since taking the reigns last spring, they're also redefining seasonal standards.  How?  Swapping the typical floral prints out for short suits and oversized proportions, for one.  Neoprene, sweatshirts, and patent chunky boots make up a wardrobe that you'll actually want to take with you on vacation come 2017.  And even in the (very unlikely) event that luxurious athleisure isn't to your taste, DKNY is also serving up some softer options - namely, airy slip dresses and lace skirts to take you dancing into the evening.  So whether you're doing city or country, beach or balcony, we can pretty much guarantee that you'll be wanting to wear something from this dynamic collection.

Images c/o DKNY

Want more from RE17?  We reviewed the new line from Acne Studios over here.  Can't wait until Resort season drops?  Browse what's coming from Marc Jacobs and Stella McCartney this fall.

WHO: Tia Elisabeth Glista, Editor in Chief at Couturesque magazine
WHERE: Toronto
OBSESSED WITH: Acne Studios Fabi choker (*prayer hands emoji*)
CAN BE FOUND AT: @tia.elisabeth

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