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.

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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