DVF Wants To Dress Her Granddaughter, Her CEO, And Herself
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DVF Wants To Dress Her Granddaughter, Her CEO, And Herself

Something For Everyone

Diane Von Furstenberg knows how to reach across generations. Her spring collection — which was led by the company's chief design officer Nathan Jenden who is currently on medical leave — is made up of blush pink suiting, cocktail length numbers, and wrap dresses flattering for women of many ages from herself and her CEO Sandra Campos to her granddaughter.

Pattern Play

A mix of prints including python, toile de jouy florals, op-art diamond checkerboard patterns, converge on rippling dresses. Separated into ruffled tiers on shorter styles and panels on longer ones, the bold motifs make quite the impression.

Eye-catching Pieces

One of the collection's standout pieces is a double-breasted trench coat covered in a stylized cow print that reads like brush-strokes of paint. A sultry, fuchsia and orange halter-neck dress rounds out the collection with an effortless look for evening.

Images Courtesy of DVF

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