Donna Karan has always had fashion in her soul. Even from an early age, she was crafting clothes in her mother's home in Nassau County, New York, dreaming of the day she could do it for real. After a stint at the prestigious Parsons School of Design, that day came when she landed a coveted job as a designer for Anne Klein. There, she rose the ranks, winning the Coty American Fashion Critics’ Award in 1977 and 1982 before launching her own label in 1984. Using the fast pace of New York City as her inspiration, she pioneered the Seven Easy Pieces — a handful of items that could keep a woman fashionable at home, at work and at play.
Of course, one of those easy pieces is a stylish pair of DKNY prescription sunglasses for men and women, all of which are customizable with your prescription.