"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
"My gowns in particular I kept in a cedar closet downstairs and I felt it was time to get them out there and allow them to have another life. Some of them are so great it seems wrong to keep them under wraps forever."
- Anjelica Huston is selling 150 designer dresses from her closet, with prices starting at $140 (!!!)