Diane von Furstenberg
Floral silk tie-neck blouse
Resort '18 is only the fourth collection Jonathan Saunders has designed as Creative Officer for Diane von Furstenberg, but he's more than proved to be perfectly in tune with the brand's ethos and DNA. This fluid silk-satin blouse is patterned with flowers and designed in a wrap silhouette with long ties that knot at the side. Style it with the matching skirt, or dark jeans.
Diane von Furstenberg's elegant pieces climbed to fame after the debut of her signature wrap dress, and we see her detail re-imagined season after season. This silk blouse is defined by its '70s-inspired keyhole design. Balance the cropped length with high-rise pants.
Diane von Furstenberg's top is one of those rare finds that works at the office as well as for drinks with friends after. Made from stretch-silk printed with a cool geometric motif, this piece is cut in a universally flattering wrap silhouette and has sharp peak lapels. Wear yours with high-rise skirts or tailoring to temper the cropped length.
Diane von Furstenberg's polka-dot blouse is made from silk crepe de chine that drapes beautifully. It's cut for a loose fit and has a flattering asymmetric ruffled overlay. For a chic play on patterns, tuck yours into the brand's striped skirt.
It may have been over 40 years since the debut of Diane von Furstenberg's iconic wrap dress, but the iconic silhouette continues to feel fresh and relevant today. First seen on the Spring '18 runway, this blouse is made from airy, lightweight voile and has sharp pintucked details. The oversized satin cuffs create volume through the sleeves, while the crepe hem is cropped to highlight the smallest point of your frame.
For Diane von Furstenberg's vibrant Fall '17 collection, Jonathan Saunders draws inspiration from the energetic images in photographer Gilles Larrain's 1973 book, Idols . Made from printed silk crepe de chine, this shirt has a collarless silhouette and split sides that enhance the slightly loose fit. Pair yours with black pants to complement the oversized polka-dots.
Diane von Furstenberg may be celebrated for its bold, vintage-inspired pieces, but this top proves the label does basics equally well. Made from cotton-poplin, it has a cropped hemline and gathered trims along the shoulders that emphasize the voluminous bell sleeves. It was styled on the runway with a skirt, but we think tailored pants or jeans work perfectly, too.
Jonathan Saunders takes inspiration from traditional Victorian textiles for Diane von Furstenberg's Resort '18 collection, and it translates in the rich color palette. This top is made from opaque striped devoré-velvet in a striking teal shade and has two sweeping black satin ties at the side. We like how it falls low on the hips.
Diane von Furstenberg's shirt has all the details of classic pajama styles - from the notch lapels to the chest pocket and contrast piping. Made from silk crepe de chine, this lightweight piece is printed with vibrant flowers and cut for a loose fit. Wear yours half-tucked into tailoring or jeans.
Jonathan Saunders' Fall '17 collection for Diane von Furstenberg is all about mixing eclectic fabrics, colors and prints. Cut in the label's signature wrap-effect silhouette, this blouse is made from tactile flocked chiffon and framed by black satin trims. Try yours with cropped denim.