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Diane Von Furstenberg Original Store Display 2' x 3' Rare 2007 MINT

Diane Von Furstenberg Original Store Display 2' x 3' Rare 2007 MINT

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Diane Von Furstenberg Original Store Display 2' x 3' 2008. Large Size measures 22" inches wide by 30" inches high. This Original Advertising Store Display features a beautiful large high resolution color photograph mounted on 1/8" matteboard of a beautiful model dressed in a Von Furstenberg design from her 2008 clothing collection. Diane von Fürstenberg (born Diane Simone Michelle Halfin on December 31, 1946, Brussels, Belgium) is a fashion designer best known for her hallmark wrap dress. As Fürstenberg once explained, "The minute I knew I was about to be Egon's wife, I decided to have a career. I wanted to be someone of my own, and not just a plain little girl who got married beyond her desserts."In 1970, with a $30,000 investment, she began designing women's clothes. (Her former husband became a fashion designer, too, launching his career in 1974.) She is best known for introducing the knitted jersey "wrap dress" in 1973, an example of which, due to its important influence on women's fashion, is in the collection of the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.Fürstenberg has started a number of successful businesses including a line of cosmetics and has ventured into the home-shopping business, which she started in 1991. In 1985 she moved to Paris, France where she founded Salvy, a French-language publishing house. Upon the death of artist Lowell Nesbitt in 1993 Diane von Fürstenberg purchased Nesbitt's studio and residence at 389 West 12th Street, the site of a former police stable that Nesbitt had renovated, which measured in excess of 12,500 square feet. This studio and living space, acting as one of the premier examples in New York City during the 1970's and 80's included an indoor swimming pool, a four story atrium and a roof top entertainment area; Nesbitt labeled the facility "The Old Stable." The Lowell Nesbitt studio became a popular gathering place for major art world figures, celebrities and dignitaries including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Indiana, Jasper Johns, Robert Motherwell, Larry Rivers and James Rosenquist. This monumental space that Nesbitt created resulted in feature articles about the facility in the New York Times, the Washington Post and Architectural Digest Magazine in the late 1970s. Diane von Fürstenberg used the structure until the early 2000’s as her studio and residence when it was sold and demolished to make space for a new high-rise building. She now operates DVF Studio at 874 Washington Street in New York City where she currently creates a line of high-end women's apparel which is only offered in stores such as Bergdorf Goodman, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Neiman Marcus. In 1997, after more than a decade, Fürstenberg successfully relaunched her high-end line. In 2005, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) awarded her a lifetime achievement award. In 2006, she was named president of the CFDA. In 1998 she published her memoirs, "DIANE: A Signature Life". In 2008, she appeared as a judge on several episodes of Project Runway. She also teamed with T-Mobile to design a Limited Edition Sidekick 3.Professionally and personally, she uses von with her surname instead the usual zu used by the House of Fürstenberg (the latter term is rarely encountered outside of Europe). As her advertising campaigns and company letterhead indicate, she also prefers to spell her surname with no umlaut. Earlier in her career however, until the late 1990s, her company's labels included either an umlaut or a squiggle in its place. Ms. von Fürstenberg is a recipient of The International Center in New York's Award of Excellence. This original large vivid store display is an authentic store display from Diane Von Furstenberg's West 57th Street Showroom in New York City and is printed in Beautiful and Brilliant Razor-sharp 6-color production on thick advertising photographic stock. A very rare Diane Von Furstenberg Advertising Collectible ~ ready for framing , or simply display as is. Great for a Living Room or Studio , Den or Office. Will be wrapped in bubble-wrap and carefully packed in heavy-duty double cardboard and shipped via Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation / Tracking and Insurance. This unique Authentic Store Display is in Mint New Condition. Please email with any questions before purchasing if you are unsure about something. We ONLY accept Money Orders , Cashiers Checks or U.S. Cash as payment ( we do NOT accept personal checks or online payment at all). Please email about local pick-up , we are located in NYC in Times Square. All International Customers MUST email us before purchasing this item.
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