The inspiration behind the collection, the fifties, The French Riviera, the glamour years. The pattern of choice was gingham in an abundance of colors and black and white. The collection was made up of matching shorts and tops, maxi dresses with thigh slips and midi length skirts and crop tops, even throwing in a matching bag.
This is one of my favorite collections from DVF so far and is getting me excited about Michael Herts; DVF's new artistic director who was formally with Bally as creative directive and fashion curator. Michael was also responsible for curating DVF's "Journey of a Dress" showcasing the development of DVF's famous wrap dress on its 40th anniversary.