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Diane von FurstenbergSpring Summer 2015 New York

Runway Review
9/8/2014 Faith Cummings/fashionwirepress.com

The French Riviera inspired Diane von Furstenberg's Spring offerings: Côte d'Azur to be exact along with pictures of lemon trees and vintage Marisa Berenson editorials. Wispy floral prints, low-cut necklines, sheer fabrics, bustier crop tops: the collection cried out for warm weather and a chic locale.

Gingham owned the designs on high-waist button front skirts, ruched bust cotton frocks, a maxi number with a thigh-high slit and the fabric's checks in contrasting patterns, and ankle-strap sandals in case the sometimes dizzying pattern can only be digested on a smaller scale.

The brand's iconic wrap dress made just a couple of appearances, replaced by a slew of other frocks including a multicolor, ruffled-hem number which closed the show on Naomi Campbell, a sheer solid waistband style with bustier molding and stripes, and tie-waist shirt dresses that fell a couple of inches short of being office-appropriate.

The crop top and high-waist bottom pairing is firmly rooted in the 2015 collections so far, including DVF's. In a wrap and high-waist skirt version and even a suit duo with a printed bandeau underneath, it's evident that the midriff is a priority for the season and fashion's new favorite display of skin.

Trousers exhibited the brand's commitment to functionality, while thigh-baring shorts established its commitment to the flirt. A baby blue and white gingham set, white short suit, and lace twosome were gaga for gams.

Printed gowns cut to the upper thigh are the things red carpet dressing is made of and those were in abundance - even making it to the catwalk in time for the last month of high heat in the Big Apple and many cities in the country. The beauty of the dresses is that they could just as easily be worn again and again with everything from flat sandals to sneakers: the former a must for stylish ladies frequenting the South of France.

Diane von Furstenberg loves women and you can feel that in her dynamic clothes that represent both our sexy and sweet sides. It's appreciated in a world that still finds difficulty in our being multi-faceted and even more valued to know that a designer has exactly what we want in mind at all times.

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9/8/2014 Faith Cummings/fashionwirepress.com

The French Riviera inspired Diane von Furstenberg's Spring offerings: Côte d'Azur to be exact along with pictures of lemon trees and vintage Marisa Berenson editorials. Wispy floral prints, low-cut necklines, sheer fabrics, bustier crop tops: the collection cried out for warm weather and a chic locale.

Gingham owned the designs on high-waist button front skirts, ruched bust cotton frocks, a maxi number with a thigh-high slit and the fabric's checks in contrasting patterns, and ankle-strap sandals in case the sometimes dizzying pattern can only be digested on a smaller scale.

The brand's iconic wrap dress made just a couple of appearances, replaced by a slew of other frocks including a multicolor, ruffled-hem number which closed the show on Naomi Campbell, a sheer solid waistband style with bustier molding and stripes, and tie-waist shirt dresses that fell a couple of inches short of being office-appropriate.

The crop top and high-waist bottom pairing is firmly rooted in the 2015 collections so far, including DVF's. In a wrap and high-waist skirt version and even a suit duo with a printed bandeau underneath, it's evident that the midriff is a priority for the season and fashion's new favorite display of skin.

Trousers exhibited the brand's commitment to functionality, while thigh-baring shorts established its commitment to the flirt. A baby blue and white gingham set, white short suit, and lace twosome were gaga for gams.

Printed gowns cut to the upper thigh are the things red carpet dressing is made of and those were in abundance - even making it to the catwalk in time for the last month of high heat in the Big Apple and many cities in the country. The beauty of the dresses is that they could just as easily be worn again and again with everything from flat sandals to sneakers: the former a must for stylish ladies frequenting the South of France.

Diane von Furstenberg loves women and you can feel that in her dynamic clothes that represent both our sexy and sweet sides. It's appreciated in a world that still finds difficulty in our being multi-faceted and even more valued to know that a designer has exactly what we want in mind at all times.


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