If you're a fan of Woody Allen's Manhattan or New York, I Love You, your lunch break just got a lot better thanks to DKNY. The DKNY Intimates brand has teamed up with Elle Magazine on "Four Windows," a short film from famed director Ry Russo-Young. The dreamy vid brings cameras into the apartments of four young New York women who live in four distinct Manhattan neighborhoods (Greenwich Village, the Upper East Side, Chinatown, and the Flatiron District), and explores their bond with the city at a pace that's both lazy and frenetic, and above all, magically romantic. The ladies, all garbed in the latest DKNY Intimates collection, are just the sort of subjects you'd imagine being shot on 16mm film—one's a personal chef, another designs jewelry, a third is a precocious politician, while the fourth (named Sarabeth, naturally), founded a production company with Charlotte Kemp Muhl. So take a time-out from your inbox, pop those headphones in, and relax...even if it's just for three minutes.
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