DKNY Tech offers up the latest vintage streetwear revival
today Dec 6, 2019
The '90s streetwear label DKNY Tech is making a comeback, via Urban Outfitters.
The retailer is launching a new DKNY Tech collection this month, with pieces drawn directly from archived designs. The series is set to go on sale this month, online and at global locations including London, Amsterdam, Paris, Milan, Barcelona and Dubai.
The collection spans streetwear classics such as cycling tops, utility vests, anoraks, pullovers and hooded bodysuits, with a focus on weightless fabrics, reflective details and flashes of neon colors. The original DKNY Tech logo appears throughout, with reflective highlighting.
DKNY has snapped up Bronx DJs and sisters Angel and Dren to model the new collection, which it says blends its "New York roots with today's street-inspired style."
A hunger for nostalgic fashion has sent multiple brands rifling through their back catalogs over the course of 2019, with Tommy Hilfiger, Coach and Gap all reimagining vintage collections for a modern audience. Wrangler also recently teamed up with Opening Ceremony to revive some of its favorite pieces from the 1980s and '90s, serving them up with a high-fashion twist, while Perry Ellis has dropped three instalments of its vintage-inspired ‘Perry Ellis America' capsule collection series.
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