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Diane von Furstenberg: Graphic Separates, Fanny Packs, and Sarah Jessica Parker

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    Diane von Furstenberg's spring collection may have had a "goddess" theme, but the graphic prints and languid separates seemed more to telegraph a jet-set coastal resort. Granted, there were a few goddess-y moments (namely, a long white dress paired with a strong gold belt), but for the most part, the looks were leisurely and eye-catching.

    Sarah Jessica Parker herself was on hand to see the big spring debut (the starlet snuck backstage for a visit with the designer first) of DvF's first collaboration with her new creative director, Yvan Mispelaere. The result was certainly a lot to look at. Fans of graphic prints will have much to feast upon, from printed silk pants to a graphic sheath dress with ocean waves write large across the front. There were some more subdued separates, as well, in the form of slim-cut pants and crisp blazers. For those who have watched spring show after show filled with whites and neutrals, the sudden rush of color was certainly welcome -- from baby blues to neon yellows and vivid purples, all set against the models' hot pink lips.

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    We found oursleves actually most entranced by the accessories in the collection, from round-eye sunglasses to surprisingly chic square waist-bags (read: leather fannypacks!). Diane von Furstenberg's collections have always been masterfully retail-friendly, and this one is clearly no exception.