The Diane von Furstenberg's Spring 2014 show during New York Fashion Week, really caught our attention! Her collection, inspired by the idea of an Oasis, featured zebra-print jumpsuit, bold prints, crop tops paired with skirts and trousers, safari-inspired linens, and column dresses, presented in colors named “Chili pepper” and “Aztec blue.”
Of course, this collection included her iconic wrap dress that highlights a woman's best assets, and has remained with the same characteristics for over 40 years: a deep V neckline, a waist-cinching tie belt and a knee-skimming hemline.
"Oasis...An island unto herself, she emerges in black and white with pops of red, a mix of quiet calm and joie de vivre." DVF
These shoes absolutely add a pop of color!
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"What I wanted to do was create in this world that's a little terrifying and scary, I wanted to create an oasis of peace, of beauty, of color and of harmony," she said in a backstage interview. "I care about making the woman feel beautiful."
Supermodel Naomi Campbell wore the finale look at Diane von Furstenberg's show Sunday. The look: a black, gold and white knit macrame sleeveless shift dress. Definitely a show-stopper!
Our favorite look: this stunning dress printed with lions and giraffes that would look fabulous with our Sahara bracelet.
The combination of natural materials, shapes and textures, all brought together into one harmonious bracelet, makes this piece of jewelry a true work of art.
So what do you think? We'd love to hear your thoughts!