Diane Von Furstenberg Sunglasses
Diane Simone Michelle Halfin was born in Brussels, Belgium to a Romanian father and a Greek mother. Studying economics in Geneva, Switzerland, an 18 year old Diane met her future husband, Prince Egon of Furstenberg and it is here that the iconic designer, both on and off the catwalks, journey to the top begins.
Best known for the creation of the iconic wrap dress clothing is where one-stop glamorous dressing was born.
initially rose to prominence when she married into German aristocracy, as the wife of Prince Egon of Furstenberg and it was in 1972, that the then princess created clothing. Her vision was to design chic, comfortable and sexy pieces that would work round the clock, travel across the world and fit all a woman’s priorities, without compromising on style.
Frequenting and being a major part the 70s celeb hang out, Studio 54, Von Furstenberg built her name by dressing the jet-set and fashionable in her bright and dynamic prints that she applied to her multi purpose line of clothing. The label is now globally renowned for fun, fabulous and easy-to-wear pieces ensuring that the modern day multi-tasking woman can maintain her femininity and style. Still not convinced? is referenced in Dolly Parton's 1981 song "Working Girl", highlighting the designer’s global popularity with the modern day career minded woman.
New to the empire, the sunglasses is a mix of iconic DVF lips, power stones, love knots, and even the prints of the famed wrap dresses, beautifully translated in a variety of frames. Mixing the brand’s 70s heritage with modern day luxe detailing, this collection is tipped to be a celebrity favourite.