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Diane von Furstenberg

Diane von Furstenberg founded her eponymous line in 1972. It has since become a global luxury fashion brand celebrated for its bold and creative approach to colour and print. Admired for its sensual femininity and renowned for its iconic wrap dress and signature prints. DVF now offers a full collection of ready-to-wear and has established itself as a leader in feminine silhouettes in the fashion industry.

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DVF Briella Dress Harlow
Diane Von Furstenberg

£385Add to basket



DVF Trudy Dress Pink
Diane Von Furstenberg

£539Add to basket



DVF Emmett Dress
Diane Von Furstenberg

£413Add to basket



DVF Emmett Dress Harlow Nude
Diane Von Furstenberg

£570Add to basket



DVF Ganesa Dress
Diane Von Furstenberg

£347Add to basket



DVF Garcel Skirt Black
Diane Von Furstenberg

£240Add to basket



DVF Gloria Jacket Pink
Diane Von Furstenberg

£578Add to basket



DVF Jaxson Dress
Diane Von Furstenberg

£539Add to basket



DVF Sammie Dress Pink
Diane Von Furstenberg

£451Add to basket



DVF Harvey Top
Diane von Furstenberg

£352 £176Add to basket



Diane von Furstenberg entered the world of fashion in 1970 when she moved to New York and two years later, founded her eponymous line. In 1974, the Belgian born designer created the wrap dress, which came to symbolise power and independence for a generation of women. It helped establish Diane as a legendary and crucial fixture in the industry. By 1976, more than five million dresses had been sold and Diane, at only 29 years old, was featured on the cover of Newsweek.

In 1997, Diane re-launched the brand with renewed vitality, and went on to receive numerous accolades including the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA). Diane still holds the title of Chairman and Founder of Diane von Furstenberg and also serves on the boards of Vital Voices; the Statue of Liberty – Ellis Island Foundation Inc and The Shed; a new center for artistic and cultural innovation in New York City. Diane’s 2014 memoir, The Woman I Wanted to Be, has been translated into five languages, and in 2015 she was named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People.