New York Fashion Week: dvf

Let's face it, dvf is all about the dresses. She makes the most amazing dresses I have ever seen. And the cut is designed to actually work with a woman's body, not just a model's body, which makes me love her even more. Of course, I am a huge fan of the wrap dress, and just about every dress I own pays tribute to her in it's styling. You just can't go wrong with a good, old fashioned wrap dress.
Before I get off on a tangent, I just have to show you two gowns that I absolutely love out of her collection. No wrap dresses, just gorgeous 40's-inspired gowns.
How much do you love that black and white graphic print? I know you do.
Okay, maybe a little wrap here, but look at it. Just gorgeous and would be flattering on just about any woman.
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richard said...

DIANE von FURSTENBERG and Francois-Marie Banier Collaborate on Advertising Campaign Featuring Natalia Vodianova here at The website is awesome and i heard Sweden Unlimited created the site with art direction from DVF's art director Gregory Mastrianni.

February 17, 2008 at 12:52 PM
psychoexgirlfriend said...

Love love love the first dress. I got my first DVF dress this past winter and I'm in love. It's ridiculously flattering. PS: Thanks for linking my blog! I'll do the same. :D

March 9, 2008 at 10:07 PM

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