DKNY, in partnership with Stylecaster, asked five Manhattanites to style its Fall 2011 collection using their personal aesthetic and New York flare as inspiration. Each guest stylist edited a look for the DKNY Something New York campaign. Check out them out at http://www.dkny.com/women/something-new-york/ as they explain their favorite looks from the collection.
ELLEN GUSTAFSON Creator of 30 project and co-founder of the hugely successful FEED Projects, Ellen’s work focuses on changing the food system to address both hunger and obesity on a global scale.
JEFF LAUB Co-founder of The Blind Barber, a barbershop and speakeasy that takes it back to the basics: cuts, shaves, drinks and conversation. In just over a year Jeff’s shop has become a cultural hub for fashion, art, music and more.
TIFFANY GONG A native New Yorker, Tiffany is the voice behind fashion & style blog, SIX SIX SICK, as well as one-half of the design team behind the jewelry line, Triskaidekaphobia (the fear of the number thirteen). She also moonlights as a DJ with her design partner at some of New York’s hottest parties.
WILLIAM RABBE As a filmmaker, journalist & now a Producer at NBC, William’s work focuses on American politics and history. He has produced numerous acclaimed documentaries, including the Telly Award-winning series 2008 Uncut, on IFC, that offered a weekly look at the 2008 Presidential Election, which he also hosted.
MICHELLE RICKS A California native and UCLA alumna, Michelle now calls NYC home as well as the setting & inspiration for her work as a fashion illustrator & photographer. To be inspired, see their looks, learn about their New York states of mind, and why they thrive in this modern-day Oz,