Diane Von Furstenberg Autumn Winter 2011

Haven’t designers figured out that black catwalks and backdrops result in crappy photos? I guess not. Moving on…

You can always count on Diane Von Furstenberg for a wearable, accessible collection with lots of feminine but not overly girly pieces. And when I say accessible, I mean it in two ways: 1- that you don’t need to be a size 0 to look good in her clothes, and 2- her price point is a lot lower than the usually major designer brands. This collection is so easy, lots of seventies references but nothing overly obvious or tacky (aside from a few outfits that had too many prints), just tons of clothes that would be easy to wear. And that’s what Diane Von Furstenverg does best.

p.s. Is DVF doing Hollywood glamour better than Tom Ford? She might be…

I love…

Diane Von Furstenberg, New York Fashion Week, womenswear, autumn winter 2011

this amazing diagonally-striped dress.

Diane Von Furstenberg, New York Fashion Week, womenswear, autumn winter 2011

the pretty cut-outs on that top.

Diane Von Furstenberg, New York Fashion Week, womenswear, autumn winter 2011

seventies chic.

Diane Von Furstenberg, New York Fashion Week, womenswear, autumn winter 2011

that royal blue can look fabulous.

Diane Von Furstenberg, New York Fashion Week, womenswear, autumn winter 2011

a glamourous sequined evening dress.

I loathe…

Diane Von Furstenberg, New York Fashion Week, womenswear, autumn winter 2011

overdoing the cute DVF prints by putting them all over the place. It is too much, I'll take one at a time please.

All images from Vogue.com.

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