On the heels of Maxwell Osborne's and Dao-Yi Chow's departure, DKNY has today revealed that it will not hold a show during New York fashion week. This comes as a stark contrast to last season, when the aforementioned design duo presented what would be their swan song during an all-out event on the city's High Line. That being said, it's not terribly surprising that the brand, which was sold by LVMH to G-III Apparel Group last year, is forgoing a show, given no new leadership has been announced.
WWD is reporting that showroom appointments will still be held. As of yet, no other brand has filled DKNY’s February 15th slot on the schedule.
On the bright side, this could be DKNY taking its time as the team transitions. Perhaps it will return at a later date when the dust has settled.