Diane von Furstenberg Fall/Winter 2014 | New York Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth


Published February 9, 2014

Diane von Furstenberg Fall/Winter 2014 | New York Fashion Week

Diane von Furstenberg–A celebration of the wrap dress was what Diane von Furstenberg’s fall-winter 2014 collection offered at New York Fashion Week, and with good reason too. It is after all the designer’s fortieth anniversary of the iconic piece this year. With British model Karen Elson opening the show in a graphic black and white dress, the presentation than transitioned into an outing of prints and color. The DVF woman’s fall wardrobe features mid-length skirts, flirty tops and lush, fur accents in jovial jewel tones.

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