New York Fashion Week begins with a history lesson. And it’s a surprising amount of fun.
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- Donna Karan Defends Harvey Weinstein, Wonders If Women Are ‘Asking for Trouble’ (Video)
By Matt Donnelly, provided by
- Monday Oct 9, 2017
Fashion designer Donna Karan on Sunday wondered if American women complaining about sexual harassment might be “asking for it” in a series of comments that ultimately ended with a defense of embattled movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.During a red carpet interview on Sunday in New York, Karan said Weinstein and his fashion designer wife, Georgina Chapman, were “wonderful” people — and that Weinstein is being treated as symbol of a much larger problem.“It’s not Harvey Weinstein. You look at everything all over the word today, how women are dressing and what they’re asking by just presenting themselves the way they do. What are they asking for? Trouble,” Karan told the Daily Mail.