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Neutrals and navy’s, as seen backstage at Donna Karan SS2014 show. 

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Our fabulous auction Fashion for Haiti: One Million Hearts , is coming to a close on May 2nd. The initiative, launched on April 22nd, paired eBay with Donna Karan, CFDA, and nearly 150 top designers to create custom-made papier-mâché hearts. Hearts from Mara Hoffman, Vince Camuto and Monique Péan are on our radar.  Run over to eBay to check out all of the hearts and bid on your faves. Not only will you have a fashionable collectors item, but you’ll be able to supp ort the Haitian Artisan Project. Read more at UrbanZen.

(Photo: GIF by Greta Larkin. Text by Jauretsi)

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It’s with great pride that we announce our live auction today! Donna Karan and CFDA have teamed up with eBay to create Fashion for Haiti: One Million Hearts. From April 22nd through May 2nd, we’re auctioning off nearly 150 custom-made papier-mâché hearts by top designers in an effort to raise social consciousness and funds for the Haitian Artisan Project. Check out eBay to bid on the cool hearts for sale. More info at UrbanZen

(Photo: GIF by Greta Larkin. Text by Jauretsi)

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Fashion for Haiti: One Million Hearts  
Last night, eBay, the world’s largest marketplace and leading platform for charitable giving, got together with Donna Karan’s Urban Zen Foundation and the CFDA (Council for American Fashion Designers) for “Fashion For Haiti: One Million Hearts.” Designers Mara Hoffman, Pamela Love, and Charlotte Ronson sipped cocktails in the West Village candle-lit loft store while Donna Karan welcomed guests with a heartfelt toast. Alas, the collective partnership to raise social consciousness and funds for the Haitian Artisan Project has begun! To read details of the auction with 150 CFDA designers, visit Fashion For Haiti: One Million Hearts. Don’t forget, the auction starts April 22!
(Photo: Papier-mâché hearts designed by Haitian Artist Magali Dresse, a Haitian Entrepreneur in the Artisan Sector. Text by Jauretsi)

Fashion for Haiti: One Million Hearts  

Last night, eBay, the world’s largest marketplace and leading platform for charitable giving, got together with Donna Karan’s Urban Zen Foundation and the CFDA (Council for American Fashion Designers) for “Fashion For Haiti: One Million Hearts.” Designers Mara Hoffman, Pamela Love, and Charlotte Ronson sipped cocktails in the West Village candle-lit loft store while Donna Karan welcomed guests with a heartfelt toast. Alas, the collective partnership to raise social consciousness and funds for the Haitian Artisan Project has begun! To read details of the auction with 150 CFDA designers, visit Fashion For Haiti: One Million Hearts. Don’t forget, the auction starts April 22!

(Photo: Papier-mâché hearts designed by Haitian Artist Magali Dresse, a Haitian Entrepreneur in the Artisan Sector. Text by Jauretsi)

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Donna Karan: Sharp Hair for Sharp Looks
Here’s a very sculptural hair inspiration found backstage at the Donna Karan show this past New York Fashion Week. The hair perfectly complimented the sleek black and tans displayed on the runway, seen here. 
(Photo: officialstyledotcom. Text: Jauretsi)

Donna Karan: Sharp Hair for Sharp Looks

Here’s a very sculptural hair inspiration found backstage at the Donna Karan show this past New York Fashion Week. The hair perfectly complimented the sleek black and tans displayed on the runway, seen here

(Photo: officialstyledotcom. Text: Jauretsi)

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Trendspotting: Mad Hatters
You know there’s something in the air when two very different designers — Band of Outsiders and Donna Karan, in this instance — are sending their models down the runway wearing very similar types oversized hats. One part extra-large beanie and two parts off-duty wizard, these accessories add more than a dash of whimsy to any outfit. 
(Photo courtesy of The Sartorialist. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Trendspotting: Mad Hatters

You know there’s something in the air when two very different designers — Band of Outsiders and Donna Karan, in this instance — are sending their models down the runway wearing very similar types oversized hats. One part extra-large beanie and two parts off-duty wizard, these accessories add more than a dash of whimsy to any outfit. 

(Photo courtesy of The Sartorialist. Text by Jenny Bahn)