Get inspired by Donna Karan
Donna Karan (Fashion Icon & Philanthropist, DKNY and Urban Zen) brought up an inspiring discussion on dressing and addressing and how collective consciousness has changed experiential shopping. Interviewed by Bridget Foley (Former Executive Editor, WWD), the designer gave a holistic view of the market, showing that fashion is not only pragmatic but a philosophy. The time is now to re-think the experience of physical shopping without losing its essential experience. To think that shopping is only a purchase of new things, the brands and the consumer must keep in mind that collaborative effort, bringing together different experiences, contributes not only to fashion but to make the change around the world.
Bridget Foley is a fashion journalist and critic. Until recently, she was Executive Editor at WWD, home to her column, Bridget Foley’s Diary. She reports on issues across the scope of fashion, from luxury to mass, including in-depth coverage of the NY, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks.
Fashion icon and humanitarian Donna Karan founded Urban Zen in 2007. The foundation is dedicated to three initiatives: preservation of culture (past), and bringing mind, body and spirit to healthcare (present) and education (future.)
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