Lynching Designer Diane von Furstenberg

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Diane von FurstenbergThe first victim in GeniusLynch is Diane von Furstenberg, a well-known experienced designer, who first arrived in the fashion world in 1972. Diane is also the President of the Council of fashion Designers of America, so she is the real trendsetter in fashion. Her motto is “feel like a woman, wear a dress”. Look at the photos below. All these dresses were created by this designer. Maybe I am wrong, but let me express my sincere opinion about her dresses.

Lolly Dress

Lolly Dress

I would call this “Lolly” dress “Let the wind blow!”. Who could wear this? An exhibitionist?

Peggy Dress

Peggie Dress

I can almost hear the girl saying: “What do you want from me? I was just well paid for this photo session. It’s not from my wardrobe, I swear!”

Ayuka Dress

Russian Style

Good old village Russian style. Initially it was the babushka’s shawl, which had been passed down through decades.

Aidan Dress

Aidan Dress

Have lost your kitchen curtain? Where has it got to? Look there! What the …hey, girl! Yes, you in the nightgown, give it back right now!

Sheena Silk Dress

Snake Woman

Snakes, snakes, snakes. There was Catwoman. It’s time for a new epoch. Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome the irresistible, the peerless Snakewoman!

Julian Dress

Julian Housecoat

A very practical housecoat for a housewife, who’s husband notices her only if the food is not prepared in time.

Black Julian Dress

Bitchy Teach

This is the same “Julian” dress, but black. An ideal dress for funeral. Or with this extra modern hairstyle a woman could easily manage a class of ten-year-old children and be called a bitchy teach.

Abrigo Dress

Rag

Abrigo dress is extremely fashionable! I think, every woman MUST have one at her wardrobe… in case she needs a rag to mop the floor.

Volante

Lady in Red

Annie is very sparse. She has washed her new “Volante” dress in a washing machine… together with her red lipstick. The cuffs are really weird and “grandma’s”. But I’ve got to hand it to Diane, this item is the only one that could be called a “valid dress” from here.

It seems to me, that the purpose of these dresses are to make women wearing them as much unattractive as possible. There is nothing personal, I just think, that every designer has both good and bad works, so does Diane von Furstenberg. We will come back to this designer and her good works some time again in category Fashion. I am happy, that Diane has much more good works than poor ones and that the second ones are only enough for one post.

5 COMMENTS

  1. I do not agree with these comments from the blogger. The designer has been in the business for over 30 years for a reason. she is amazing!

  2. Jackie, thank you for the comment. Of course, Diane von Furstenberg does have nice works, too, but as for these “masterpieces” above, they are ugly. Being 30 years in fashion industry doesn’t mean being a good designer all the time. Diane von Furstenberg is already a well-known brand, which is simply used to say, this or that dress is great, stylish, chic, even if it’s not at all. and that’s a great pity.

  3. While I do not personally like every single dress you picked for this parade, in generally, DVF is amazing — as an icon as well as a designer. Most of her dresses are to die for (both wrap and other styles). Try wearing one (or two, or several :)) and you would be an immediate convert.

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