At New York Fashion Week, Diane von Furtsenberg’s Spring/Summer Collection did not disappoint. DVF, Queen of class in chic proportions, created a stunning lookbook for all to awe over. In this collection of gingham and artistic prints, threaded in blue, yellow, black and white, DVF has done it yet again.
Here are a few of the trends from DVF SS15 that will have you running to the store:
Black and White
The dynamic duo of color combinations is back for another round of spring style, and it’s strutting the runways stronger than ever. In Diane’s collection, black and white is seen in Brigitt Bardot cinched-waist silhouettes, complete with doll-like hair and matching lashes.
No longer reserved solely for picnic tables and countryside affairs, this checkerboard print looks incredible in a slew of styles. From two-pieces to maxi dresses and even on bags, gingham is gearing up as one of spring’s most popular prints.
Other discernible prints made their way into DVF’s SS15 collection, and they’ve convincingly turned us all into instant art aficionados. With pieces donning cleanly executed abstract paint strokes, it’s hard not to feel like you’re wearing an original Picasso – and, yes, that’s a good thing.
The weather’s warming up, and what better way to cool off than with the season’s hottest look? Bra tops are the sophisticated and socially acceptable version of wearing your everyday undergarment as outerwear. Revamped for ready-to-wear, DVF’s bra tops exude class as parts of matching two-piece sets.
Be sure to stop by the DVF boutique at Lenox Square to shop their collection of swoon-worthy styles this season.