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"But the reason the Wrap dress is so popular with working women is because Diane von Furstenberg (despite being a real-life princess from her first marriage) is a working woman herself. She apprenticed at the factories that made her dresses and learned the business there; she dragged her own sample cases around to department stores; she appeared in her own ads. And when she made her comeback in the early 1990s, she went on QVC and sold more than a million dollars’ worth of merchandise in less than two hours. The Wrap dress is what working women wanted, and Diane von Furstenberg wanted it, too."- The Hundred Dresses, Erin McKean
Jul 14, 2014 / 5 notes

"But the reason the Wrap dress is so popular with working women is because Diane von Furstenberg (despite being a real-life princess from her first marriage) is a working woman herself. She apprenticed at the factories that made her dresses and learned the business there; she dragged her own sample cases around to department stores; she appeared in her own ads. And when she made her comeback in the early 1990s, she went on QVC and sold more than a million dollars’ worth of merchandise in less than two hours. The Wrap dress is what working women wanted, and Diane von Furstenberg wanted it, too."
- The Hundred Dresses, Erin McKean

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"Charlotte has an incredible face that’s half model, half doll; half modern & half Japanese manga."
-Dominique Collandant, Chief Makeup Artist, Yves Saint Laurent
Jul 11, 2014

"Charlotte has an incredible face that’s half model, half doll; half modern & half Japanese manga."
-Dominique Collandant, Chief Makeup Artist, Yves Saint Laurent