Diane Von Furstenberg seduces us with her double agent chic in red, black and white
Fashion One brings you the Diane Von Furstenberg show from New York Fashion Week for fall/winter 2015. We take a look at the VIP guests arriving for the show and the iconic designer talks to us about the collection and her inspiration.
The collection is entitled “seduction” and originally had a Chinese theme, most of which is unrecognizable, but some elements were retained in the red and black palette. The idea of a woman who is powerful during the day in business pinstripes, tweed and commanding polka dots along with the ever appealing Furstenberg wrap dress, then transforms in the evening to inspire fantasy and eroticism.
Lace and satin gowns with diving necklines in alluring black, bold red and the blues and lilacs of midnight flowers were sure to captivate attention. The collection was released on the same day as the film adaptation of the erotic novel 50 Shades of Grey and super seduction mixed with business and pleasure were abound on the runway.
The designer tells us how she wants her pieces to be versatile and that every dress in a woman’s wardrobe is like a friend, something that can envelope you but make you feel desirable. The seduction Furstenberg hopes to deliver is something beautiful, not vulgar.