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Was Donna Karan's Fall Campaign Inspired by Her Husband?

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Mikael Jansson shot Catherine McNeil and Andres Velencoso for Donna Karan's fall campaign. The images are sensual, dark, and seem to tell the story of a sculptor who romances a woman in his New York City artist's studio. That scenario seems inspired by Karan's own life: her late husband, Stephan Weiss, was a well-known sculptor and painter.— Jenna Sauers
· Donna Karan's Fall Campaign an Artist Affair [WWD]
· All Donna Karan News [Racked]