Diane von Furstenberg is the go-to brand for modern day women who love to look sexy, beautiful, and powerful simultaneously. Her Fall 2013 collection is no exception with bold designs mixing textures and prints, accentuating the female form and elevating it about as far up into the sartorial stratosphere as its allowed to go. ’70s chic colorblock jumpsuits, the brand’s signature wrap dresses, animal print coats for the fashion daredevil: women will certainly be outfitted well for the season thanks to DVF.
Prints are strong right out of the gate on tie-waist frocks with keyhole detailing, structured coats perfect for Autumn, point-toe cage pumps, minaudieres, and more.
Leopard continues its reign for the season on office-appropriate button-front blouses, sheer-sleeve dresses, and silky trousers.
Metallics anyone? On-trend metallic skinny trousers and a very flashy pencil skirt are sure to shoot to the top of everyone’s Holiday wishlists.
The suiting trend has a moment in hot pink, an abstract geometric print, and blazer and trouser separates: seemingly made for the likes of Solange Knowles who is an avid fan of the brand’s looks.
When it comes to red carpet-ready wear, DVF gives a few head-turning looks from a turquoise halter gown with a front thigh-high slit to a mixed print, form-fitting frock with contrast pink piping and a plunging v-neckline.
Any looks catch your eye?
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