That Seventies show returns as Yvan Mispelaere, creative director for Diane von Furstenberg, looks to strong, independent, working women like Annie Hall and Romy Schneider for inspiration, turning out a collection filled with classic American sportswear with a whiff of Seventies’ glamour. As for colors and prints, Mispeleraere was influenced by the paintings of Edward Hopper and Alex Katz — geometric and men’s wear-inspired prints and colors ranging from muted and dusty tones to a saturated and bold palette. Of course, there were plenty of DVF’s signature wraps, but this season they were done with the illusion of two-piece dressing through colorblocking. Rounding out the collection were a colorful range of lightweight knits, chic culottes, men’s scarf print blouses, tailored blazers and modern A-line skirts.

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