Diane von Furstenberg‘s daughter Tatiana is a writer/director in Hollywood. You’ve probably heard more about von Furstenberg’s other child, Alex, who gained Page Six-style notoriety when he flew a plane with a banner that said “Reggie Miller Stop Pursuing Married Women” over the coast of Southern California a few years ago after his fiance was caught in a sexting scandal with Reggie Miller. But I digress. Tatiana von Furstenberg wrote and directed this movie called Tanner Hall starring Rooney Mara before she was cast in Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.
According to “Rambling Reporter” Merle Ginsberg at the The Hollywood Reporter (subscription required), mama von Fusternberg helped out with the costumes for the film, which is described by IMDB as “a vivid peek into the private world of an all-girls boarding school.” Which sounds kind of awesome. von Furstenberg recently launched a home decor line, just handed out some awards for her second annual DVF Awards to honor female humanitarians, heads up the CFDA and, you know, designs some clothes. And now movie costumes? We’re tired thinking about all of it.
Tatiana von Furstenberg only has one other writing and directing credit to her name in IMDB, the yet to be released short Tyrolean Riviera, and to keep it all in the fashion family, it stars Imitation of Christ’s Tara Subkoff (who, we now know thanks to IMDB, once starred in an episode of Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman).