While strolling around the Meatpacking district in New York City recently I came across this fabulous window display at the Diane von Furstenberg shop. It made me stop and admire – the unexpected colours, the undulating pattern, the mesmerizing feel, the true beauty of it. Like many of the sights in New York City I felt this window deserved to be photographed.
Diane von Furstenberg (DVF) is a Belgium-American fashion designer who is best known for introducing her iconic wrap dress in 1973 that influenced women’s fashion so greatly that it became part of the collection of the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Inspired by her friend Andy Warhol, DVF is renowned for her signature prints of bright colours and floral patterns in her fashion collections. And as so many fashion designers seem to do, DVF now has a home collection, Diane von Furstenberg Home. DVF Home is inspired by contemporary art, nature and the fashion legends own iconic prints that energize the home with unexpected colours and patterns for a sense of vibrant individual style. Toss one of the Bright and Bold pillows into any room for an instant hit of colour and energy. The dramatic style that Diane von Furstenberg is so well-known for with her bold colours and pattern is now ready-to-wear and ready-to-ware.
Diane von Furstenberg Home via Bloomingdales