Diane von Furstenberg and Yvan Mispelaere DIANE VON FURSTENBERG A/W 2012 RUNWAY "...So, okay, what did she—and he—do for fall? Sexy, shapely color; a topical smattering of surrealist torn fabric and handprints, clearly inspired by the oeuvre of Elsa Schiaparelli, who is the co-subject of...

The thing about Diane von Furstenberg brand is that the designs are trendy but not eccentric. Also, the style is very bold, contemporary and yet it is influenced by vintage or old fashion. One good example for this statement is the Kamala Sandals. Diane von Furstenberg's Kamala sandals is a...

"Surrealist Thirties and a mysterious rendezvous" was the idea behind the glossy blue eyes MAC makeup artist James Kaliardos created at Diane Von Furstenberg A/W 2012. Face * Mineralize Moisture Gel — hydrates and rejuvenates skin * Studio Sculpt SPF 15 Foundation — lightly applied to even...

Right after I saw the first look, I suddenly knew that I'd deeply fall in love with this Diane von Furstenberg collection. The seventies-chic vibe is stronger than ever and I just looove everything seventies. New creative director, Yvan Mispelaere, went back to the very roots of Diane von...

adding a burst of color into the pre-fall 2011 time slot, diane von furstenburg maintains her reputation in producing lively womenswear. the color story is incredibly inspiring for this collection; a beautiful sequence was painted for the set of garments. an entrance of boiling rusted oranges...

's fall campaign continues in the vein her spring ads' surrealist theme. While DVF's spring ads featured a faceless model, stars in the newest batch of images. In the -lensed pics, Muse stands inside a giant "DVF" logo, poses with a chain-strap bag, and holds a clutch with a big lip...

From a distance, Ellen Harvey's Sublime Wallpaper appears as an enclosure of surrealist landscape, mountainous ridges bearing windows that open behind and beyond them; on closer inspection, the windows turn out to be mirrors, the mysterious landscape is nothing but wallpaper, even worse, it...

Diane Von Furstenberg announced a limited edition collection of surreal evening bags. Clocks, faces, clouds and puzzles motifs make the new evening bag collection from DVF look more like a surrealist art creation rather than pure fashion. Indeed, the Fetish Box Clutch line is inspired by the...

And not just because it involves the beautiful clothing designed by Diane von Furstenberg, but because the DvFSpring Summer 2012 Ad Campaign is inspired by surrealist paintings. Photographed by Camilla Akrans (no word about who's starring in the campaign), the first image of the campaign...

It would not be von Furstenberg without at least a pale spotlight on print, and these surrealist patterns shone brightly. Swirls, chains, and off-kilter flowers added up to a collection that was high on spontaneity. Just like the concept of the rendevous itself, hence the emphasis on easy,...

 

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