Thirty years after their launch, Diane von Furstenberg's vibrant, slinky numbers still look great at both the office and the disco. Today, Von Furstenberg's dresses are a hit with her devoted, old-school customers as well as with a new generation of girls who are discovering the allure of dressing like a woman.
Von Furstenberg's show, titled "Hotel Life," featured plenty of her trusty wraps, in prints ranging from Playboy bunnies to airplanes (after two full seasons of logomania, the "DVF" logo print was less successful). For those days when silk jersey feels like a bit much, there was also a denim wrap, as well as pretty camisoles with ruffle detailing, no-nonsense cotton culottes and engine-red fitted trousers. In short, it was a collection full of breezy, easy-to-wear basics for a sexy, colorful spring.
Spring 2001 Ready-to-Wear
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