Monday, September 14, 2009
Diane von Furstenberg 2010 Spring/Summer Collection
Diane von Furstenberg drew on a series of exotic wanderings for spring in a collection rich with bohemian beauty- the Nile, the desert, Orientalists and Indian temples... “She’s a desert queen,” said von Furstenberg in a preview of her girl, who, if the house-made painted laurel headpieces were any indication, also had a Greco-Roman thing going on. Then again, antiquity was yet another of von Furstenberg’s fixations; the late 19th-century painter Lawrence Alma-Tadema, who focused on classical images, fueled the color scheme of copper, gold, blue and green done with a dusty finish. Collection included Sosheba Griffiths of Saint International.