The chief executive and joint creative directors at DKNY will leave the business at the end of the year, following the completion of the sale of the label this week.
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Chief executive Caroline Brown will exit the brand at the end of the year, according to WWD, along with creative directors Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow.
Osborne and Chow will return their focus to their own brand, Public School.
DKNY and its parent company Donna Karan International were sold by LMVH to G-III Apparel Group for $650m (£515m) in July. The sale completed on 1 December.
Until a new CEO and creative director is appointed the company will be managed by Morris Goldfarb, chairman and chief executive of G-III Apparel Group.
Brown joined DKNY in January 2015 from Caroline Herrera, where she was president for four years.
Osborne and Chow joined the business in April 2015.