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THE FASHION INITIALS YOU NEED TO KNOW: TVF For DVF
Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of DVF
20.05.2019
Lavender crepe maxi dress
Lavender crepe maxi dress
Snowdrop tiered chiffon dress
Primrose crepe mini dress
(From left) Tulip crepe ruffled mini dress; lavender crepe maxi dress; and rosemary crepe mini dress
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Her grandma is the legendary Diane von Furstenberg, the Belgian designer who made wrap dresses a thing since the ’70s. Now, the 20-year-old, who has harboured dreams of continuing her family design legacy, is dropping a self-initialled TVF For DVF collection under her grandma’s namesake label. But don’t mistake this debut 23-piece collection as a series of wrap dresses for millennials. Talita has moved away from that bracket by creating a line that speaks to her own vibes as well as representing what today’s youthful Instagram and Coachella circle demands. The signature bold prints and chipper colour palette remain, embellished on summer-friendly items like mini dresses, cropped tops, and mini skirts. Talita claims that she has been extremely hands-on in the design process and hasn’t backed away from early constructive criticism by her grandma. The collection, which is available now, has also backed away from the heavier price points of the main line with pieces that don’t cost in excess of US$300.

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