With "glam rock" as the theme of Diane von Furstenberg's latest collection, we went in with high expectations. After all, if there's anyone who knows a thing or two about glamour, it's DVF. Naturally, there were some very obvious nods to style eras' past — specifically, the '70s — but we soon learned that the new glam is one that's not just for Studio 54.
With nary a plain wrap dress in sight, DVF still stayed true to clean forms. Pencil skirts were slim and tailored, long rompers were nipped at the waist with wide sashes, and pants suits may have never looked so fierce and feminine, as the borrowed-from-the-men trend was translated with metallics, hot-pink hues, and bold, graphic prints for the modern-day, do-it-all woman. It all culminated in a wildly colorful and joyful collection — and Furstenberg taking a final bow...as "I'm Every Woman" played from the speakers. What else?
Photographed by Maia Harms