Diane von Furstenberg Pre-Fall 2015 Collection

The new creative director of Diane von Furstenberg, Michael Herz knows perfectly how to reach success behind each collection through balancing modern street style with the femininity of Diane. He complied with the same rule and brand’s style ideology when creating the pleasantly colorful and printed Diane von Furstenberg pre-fall 2015 collection. What’s more he managed to add the perfect proportion of color and modernity to these utterly elegant and ladylike designs creating the ideal piece for donning on any occasion.

Diane von Furstenberg Pre-Fall 2015 Collection

Of course, the iconic Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress is the primary focus of the pre-fall 2015 line too, and it has been adjusted the way to be worn in town, to work and even to a music festival. They came in a myriad of fabrics, colors and patterns and at times even managed to look quite unexpected. Available in autumnal shades of fire orange, burgundy and dark blue and embellished with beautiful floral and leaf patterns, these designs stand out with their feminine appeal and vintage allure. Moreover, the collection also includes a denim wrap shirtdress, which screams casual chic and versatility.

Wholly, the Diane von Furstenberg pre-fall 2015 collection clearly carries ‘70s fashion influences, where lightweight fabrics have been skillfully combined with autumnal prints for romantic fall-ready designs. Playing into the bohemian and modern hippie styles, Herz represented an array of looks made of the mélange fabric and using identical patterns for different designs. For instance, exceptionally beautiful is that white-and-blue patterned wrap dress with long sleeves matched with brick-red boots and a tiny bag. The duo of wrapped top and classic tailored pants features the same print and looks more appropriate for special occasions.

Diane von Furstenberg Pre-Fall 2015 Collection

Diane von Furstenberg Pre-Fall 2015 Collection

We also see a beautiful game of textures and various materials in the Diane von Furstenberg pre-fall 2015 collection, as we discover those leather or denim inserts and the pretty light blue lace dress. And if you have any special occasions planned ahead, you can pick one of those two gilded maxi dresses, both looking extremely romantic and bohemian with their pretty patterns and loose, flowing structure.

No wonder, the primary aim of the Diane von Furstenberg pre-fall 2015 collection is to dress the brand’s customer in a lovely feminine style and prepare her for any occasion. At the end of the day looking feminine and stylish is the desire of any DVF follower!

Diane von Furstenberg Pre-Fall 2015 Collection

Diane von Furstenberg Pre-Fall 2015 Collection

Photos courtesy of Style.com

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