Diane von Furstenberg decided to let a little light for the spring; literally pouring through the sun in spring and sartorially Studios, with the beautiful collection that puts a strong emphasis on daywear (non-album ready wrapped this season, but still moaning Barry White soundtrack). The French Riviera during the fifties to the glamorous years when it was frequented by the likes of Matisse and Picasso, were the thematic framework gingham training marked by different scales and colors.
The designer uses with ease and abundance in a white poplin and silk jersey dress that exuded a white and black and blue carefree attitude and a top with shorts, a look that can easily be imagined in a young Brigitte Bardot in the Mediterranean. I also embellished pattern and mixed with other prints, all with indifference.
It was a great debut for the new artistic director of the line, Michael Herz, Bally before, also curated exhibitions DVF “Journey of a Dress”, which celebrates the 40th anniversary of its iconic wrap dress. The delicious sensation von Furstenberg track was extended forward. She took his full turn usual to sing along to the seventies Italian hit “Parole Parole” as some of their front rowers faithful Barry Diller and Bryan Lourd and new fans, including the first lady of New York Chirlane McCray, applauded.