Sunday, September 07, 2008

DVF = Dress Venerable for Fall

Shown here with See by Chloé top, a Tibi skirt,
a Jimmy Choo bag, and Christian Louboutin shoes.

Well, actually, DVF stands for Diane Von Furstenberg, and for Fall'08, she has infused into her normal style a sense of vulnerable sophistication. Named "Foreign Affair", DVF's Fall designs are for the woman who "strides through Berlin's dark streets with a secret in her heart and diamonds sewn into the hem of her dress." DVF plays with the juxtaposition of masculine and feminine, the texture of layering, and adds to her collection the story of a journey from Berlin to Shanghai to New York.

I also love the high waisted leather skirt from Perfectly bad-ass for Fall's dangerous theme!

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