Leave it to Diane von Furstenberg to create a foreign affair, where the muse is a sophisticate who wanders Berlin's dark streets, meets a handsome stranger, and then flees to Shanghai the next morning. Her wardrobe is what she picks up along the way; a collection of beaded dresses, ruffly blouses, wide legged pants, tailored jackets and military-inspired outerwear. Don't forget her little Bugle Boy hat.
The real stunners in this collection were not DVF's always-fantastic dresses. Maybe those dresses were great but we couldn't really see them since they were hidden and belted under Glenn plaid blazers, herringbone coats, chunky cashmere cardigans and peplum jackets. As one who is pretty satisfied with my outerwear, Diane has forced me to reconsider.
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