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Inside DKNY PR GIRL's Stylish Universe (And Apartment!)

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    If you’re one of the 369,650 people who follow DKNY PR GIRL on Twitter, then you probably know a thing or five about Donna Karan’s SVP of Global Communications, Aliza Licht. From office meltdowns and career advice to celebrity spreads and high style, no fashionable dish from this prima Donna diva goes undocumented. But aside from being entertained hourly by Licht, we’re also thoroughly inspired by her strict sartorial habits—read: She sure isn’t a Lazy Girl. A lover of classic black, polished hair, and staggering heels, Licht is the personification of sleek sophistication, and while she says her morning routine is speedy, we know a lot of care goes into this PR star’s glam jam. In preparation for the new year, we decided to get the 411 from DKNY PR GIRL on closet cleaning, shopping for the best shoes, and finding the world’s greatest moisturizer (hint: It’s available at your corner drugstore). #justclickthrough

    Click through to see inside this fashion PR star's Upper East Side abode and become a follower!

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