It was the sheer sophistication of this particular collection by Diane Von Furstenberg and design partner Yvan Mispelaere that I found most appealing. And it was far more that the tailoring in the fitted dresses or larger-than-life coats that did the trick; it was the unique pairing of grown up glamorous colors that really did it for me.
Even the prints for which the house of DVF is known for were somewhat different this time around, as they seemed all the more mature as well. The interlocking hands I found to be the most posh, although the chunky chain link and abstract floating paisley were conversation pieces as well.
Color-blocking remained relevant.
As did the idea of easy formalwear as demonstrated by the show’s closing gowns.