DKNY Fall 2010 campaign Chelsea art gallery

Models pose in a sparse Chelsea art gallery for DKNY's Fall 2010 ad campaign. Photo: Nathaniel Goldberg

There's definitely one good thing about the summer flying by so quickly: Soon enough, we'll get to play with the rich textures and chic layers of fall clothing once again.

The sumptuous new DKNY Fall 2010 ads, which just debuted on the company's revamped Facebook page, are helping fuel the chilly-weather enthusiasm.

Shot by Nathaniel Goldberg all around New York City -- from the iconic arch in Washington Square Park to the wide open spaces of a Chelsea art gallery -- the ads show off DKNY's new line consisting of thick jackets, skirts, and sweaters in rustic autumnal hues, and sleek all-black ensembles paired with bright nylon puffer vests.

A group of six models were cast in both the men's and women's ads, respectively, which were inspired, like the Fall collection itself, by the New York art scene.

DKNY Fall 2010 campaign Chelsea art gallery

Caught in the action. A look from DKNY's Fall 2010 ad campaign. Photo: Nathaniel Goldberg

Fans can see the ads on the brand's new Facebook page, which now has expanded features such as behind-the-scenes videos from DKNY fashion shows, events, and campaigns; a gallery of DKNY-clad celebs; and contests in which followers can share pictures and stories of their favorite NYC moments.

Facebook fans who "Like" the company's page will also receive an exclusive 15 percent off promo code to use on DKNY.com.

What do you think of the ads? Do they have you fiending for cooler climates?

Also, check out what another quintessential American brand is doing for its Fall 2010 campaign.