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Fashion Talks: Diane von Furstenberg

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Iconic designer and more recently star of TV show The City Diane von Furstenberg talks tonight with Pamela Golbin, Curator in Chief of Twentieth-century and Contemporary Fashion at the Musée de la Mode et du Textile in Paris.

Furstenberg created the Wrap dress in 1974, and forever redefined what it means to be a woman: classic, determined, and chic. By 1976 Diane von Furstenberg was an international sensation, having sold millions of her iconic wrap dress, which inspired an entire generation of women to “Feel like a woman. Wear a dress.” After a hiatus from fashion, she reemerged on the New York fashion scene in 1997 with the re-launch of the dress that started it all. Today, as a global luxury lifestyle brand, DVF remains true to its values of female power and independence, creating collections that inspire, and are inspired by, women.

French Institute Alliance Française, Florence Gould Hall, 55 E 59th St bet Madison and Park Aves, NYC, 7pm, $25,

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