New Donna Karan Gold  Eau de Toilette  Sparkling 3.4 oz Unb

DKNY Summer Donna Karan Eau de Toilette for woman 3.4 oz Unb

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DKNY Summer Donna Karan Eau de Toilette for woman 3.4 oz Unboxed

Inspired by the city of New York's summer life style, this fruity floral scent is perfect for the hot summer days. Energize your passions with this modern urban scent that has long lasting charm. It has top notes of goji berry, passion fruit and pink grapefruit. The middle notes of jasmine, lychee and magnolia. And the bottom notes of sandalwood, teak wood and white musk.

DKNY Summer Donna Karan Eau de Toilette for woman 3.4 oz Unboxed

Inspired by the city of New York's summer life style, this fruity floral scent is perfect for the hot summer days. Energize your passions with this modern urban scent that has long lasting charm. It has top notes of goji berry, passion fruit and pink grapefruit. The middle notes of jasmine, lychee and magnolia. And the bottom notes of sandalwood, teak wood and white musk.

About the Brand DKNY Donna Karan

Karan worked for 15 years at Anne Klein, including 10 as its head designer. In 1984 Karan and her late husband Stephan Weiss were offered the opportunity to start their own business by the owner of Anne Klein, Takihyo LLC. The company became a publicly traded venture in 1996.
In 2001 it was purchased by the French conglomerate corporation LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy). In 2015 Donna Karan left as chief designer at Donna Karan International, to focus on her Urban Zen brand and Urban Zen Foundation philanthropy. LVMH sold Donna Karan International, with the 'Donna Karan' and 'DKNY' brands, to the GIII Apparel Group in 2016 for $650 million. G-III, based in New York City, is a manufacturer and distributor of clothing and accessories under their owned brands, licensed brands, and private label brands.

Donna Karan's mainline label Donna Karan New York, also referred as Donna Karan Collection, debuted for fall 1985 with the women's collection Seven Easy Pieces, "where a handful of interchangeable items work together to create an entire wardrobe that goes from day to evening, week day to weekend, season to season". In July 1991 she launched her first menswear collection.
The "New York" part on the label is there to set "the pace, the attitude" of the fashion house's offering.

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