Diane von Furstenberg Fall 2018 - Runway Review
February 11, 2018
Diane von Furstenberg has a new man in her life -- or, to be specific, the return of an old favorite. Nathan Jenden is back! With just four weeks to work on the collection, Jenden, a pro at navigating those DVF archives from his years working alongside the designer, delivered a smart lineup of pieces intrinsic to the DVF aesthetic and house codes. Fall's muse came in the form of Talita von Furstenberg, Diane's 18-year-old granddaughter and budding PYT.
Naturally, wrap dresses were very much present, as were the vintage-inspired trouser suits. The walk down memory lane was evident in the strong emphasis on archival prints; we loved a graphic cube featured both large and small, including on one flared tunic pant getup dubbed the "DVF tracksuit." Fall's must-have print will be that featuring a colorful parrot; spliced with solid red when in motion, it was a classic.