It should never be a woman's burden to avoid being seen as slutty. It's everyone else's responsibility to not call a woman a slut, since the idea that boys will be boys and girls will be sluts is a product of a sexist sexual double standard, and to believe her when she says she's been sexually assaulted.
It's quite simple. Being a fashion designer is not for the sensitive, heavy hearted artist confused that their egos are the
Once you're in, it is magic time. On Friday evening, Diane von Furstenberg and husband Barry Diller were the official hosts
I continue to be surprised that I still have not gotten historical credit for a dress I designed in 1968 and in 2013 sold 12,000 units of the dress in a single day on HSN TV.
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Diane believes that one of the most important things that any woman can do for herself -- especially those over 50 -- is to be her own number-one priority.
The designer, style icon and CFDA president talks about fearing nothing, having great legs and never underestimating women.
In Harvard Business School's auditorium filled with eager fans and admirers of Diane Von Furstenberg, she told the captivating story of her life and path to success in the world of fashion.
Diane Von Furstenberg fielded questions on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" on Tuesday and a caller asked her about the
Today her designs are sold in over 56 countries, but she is still most often associated with the wrap dress. From her atelier in the Meatpacking district, I asked Diane about the wrap dress as her logo.