Diane von Furstenberg Pre-Fall 2015
December 11, 2014 - fall Denim
“It’s about balancing travel modernity with a girliness of Diane,” pronounced artistic executive Michael Herz.
DVF artistic executive Michael Herz knows a residence mandate. “It’s about balancing travel modernity with a girliness of Diane,” he said. Pre-fall presents another balancing act, that maze of wear now (May by August), though demeanour autumnal — and demeanour right, either in a city or divided — a latter articulated not as some bleak vacation mark though as “the festivals.”
The essential resolution (the ethos of DVF is during a core pragmatic) was a palette contemplative of late-October leafiness, though worked in lightweight fabrics with adequate flou for a lady to rush in step during Coachella and Burning Man.
Playing into a boho: a fabric mélange. Some looks featured opposite constructions of a same print, and others, mixes of new and archival patterns inset with leather. On a crisper note, a short, denim-collared shirtdress done from far-reaching strips of edging painted opposite shades of blue worked a modern, girly angle to a poignant T.