Fashion Week: Diane von Furstenberg

Diane von Furstenberg is a global brand, dressing women all over the world. Something DVF is known for doing so well is her ability to highlight female forms so well. Her Fall 2012 collection “Rendevous” portrayed this concept beautifully. I give her the title of the most thrilling collection to hit New York Fashion Week.

Bright hues have been a fashion trend for a couple of seasons now, but Von Furstenberg made color-blocking an art form with the styling of this collection. Her combination of a cerulean blue, drapey sleeveless top tucked into a scarlet red crepe pencil for example, radiate a chic-sophistication with tons personality.

What really won me over was DVF’s reinterpretation of her famous wrap dress: the modern wrap jumpsuit with a plunging front.

It only makes sense that her next mission would be to tackle the little black dress. There were plenty here. An array of dresses shimmering with sequins, shimmying with chain fringe, or scattered with puzzle-piece-shaped chiffon appliques.

 A strong focus of this collection was the outerwear DVF presente. A touch of cozy, classy, chic bouclé overcoats, frolicked the runway. These outerwear pieces are perfect for dressing up any look. Making them stand out amongst competitors are their bold hues.

Diane von Furstenberg remains giving her loyal customers something to covet, but also allowes new hearts to be captured by her collection by presenting looks that are fun and stand out.

*Photos: ELLE.com

What’s your favorite DVF Look?

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2 thoughts on “Fashion Week: Diane von Furstenberg

  1. I just wrote a post about NYFW – and you’re making me regret not including DVF as a highlight. Love the mustard yellow tweed coat. Great post!

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