Diane von Furstenberg held her show on Valentine’s Day, and boy was there a lot to love!
Tapping into her girly side, the veteran designer paraded frilly, coquettish dresses and overtly feminine skirts down a sexy liquid black catwalk. Layers of tulle and piles of chiffon in whisper pink and light gray played beside structured blazers boasting embellished sequins and metallic gold thread.
Unlike most designers who have chosen to stick to basic black in light of the financial crisis, Furstenberg mixed fashion and fun in bright colored celery turtlenecks, patterned skirts, and oversized embellished off shoulder sweaters.
In addition to the ravishing clothes, DVF’s show was one of the most diverse I’ve seen so far.
Furstenberg stuck to her design sensibility while continuing to evolve to reflect the current times.
What do you think?
Pictures care of Style.com.
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