DVF Dresses "American Legends" — Whatever That Means

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DVF's show was inspired by "American Legends," and was described as "… muses and artists … travelers and settlers … always pushing the boundaries with strength and panache." This, apparently, was a vague enough umbrella to encompass 80's glam, spiffy sportswear, and that other American legend, classic DVF wraps and prints.

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The evening glitz could not have been glitzier. Just check out this "Lady in Red" special!

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Speaking of the 80s — a sweetheart neckline!

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What these gaucho chapeaux had to do with the theme, we could not say.

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The sportswear was sharp, pretty and classic — like most of her clothes, you could imagine DVF herself striding around in them, being glamorous.

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The color-blocks added a mod flair at times.

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The bold, resort-ish prints — not to mention the wraps — were vintage DVF.

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Moo Juice (Librul Moon Bat)

American Legends. Translation: We ripped off another designer from another era 'cause we're all out of new ideas.