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Executives out at DKNY following sale

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.

DKNY spring 17

DKNY spring 17

DKNY spring 17

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.

 

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