The collection includes summer staples with a conservative yet modern slant — like bright maxi dresses, printed tops and floor-length skirts, and classic black-and-white separates.
This marks the first-ever regionalized collection and campaign for the New York-based brand, which has a growing number of locations in the Middle East.
Some may question whether DKNY's venture goes against the ideals laid out during Ramadan — like fasting, prayer, and a focus on charity.
But in The Independent, Pakistani writer Bina Shah said that as long as religious requirements are met, there's no harm in buying something beautiful to celebrate the month.
The pieces are only available in stores in the Middle East, but you can check out the full 12-look collection at dkny.com/dknyramadan.