Diane von Furstenberg Resort 2012: On the Street

I love the DvF label when it's a smart interpretation of top trends. I loathe the DvF label when it's all about boho chic. Luckily, the fashion gods were on my side at yesterday's presentation of the Diane von Furstenberg Resort 2012 collection, shown in front of a glow-in-the-dark backdrop at the Highline Studios on 15th Street.
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I love the DvF label when it's a smart interpretation of top trends. I loathe the DvF label when it's all about boho chic. Luckily, the fashion gods were on my side at yesterday's presentation of the Diane von Furstenberg Resort 2012 collection, shown in front of a glow-in-the-dark backdrop at the Highline Studios on 15th Street.
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I love the DvF label when it's a smart interpretation of top trends. I loathe the DvF label when it's all about boho chic.

Luckily, the fashion gods were on my side at yesterday's presentation of the Diane von Furstenberg Resort 2012 collection, shown in front of a glow-in-the-dark backdrop at the Highline Studios on 15th Street.

von Furstenberg and Yvan Mispelaere sent out a punch of patterns in acid green and fluoro blue, reflective of surf, snowboard and street references. Of course, none of it was too fashion-y. The last thing DvF wants to do is alienate her core conservative customer. So mixed in with day glo orange bike shorts were pretty pink and green strapless dresses.

Cute, colorful, and above all, easy: What else more could you want from DvF?

**Photos courtesy of DvF.