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Q&A with Diane von Furstenberg

By Kate Bolick
August 6, 2006

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TWO OF THE MORE intriguing aspects of Diane von Furstenberg's 30-year career as a fashion designer are her unlikely attachment to the ``working woman" and that attachment's enduring success. When she launched her first line of clothing in 1970, the then 23-year-old émigré had zero design experience and all the advantages-wealth, worldliness, connections-that came with being married to a German ... (Full article: 1296 words)

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