Discover the latest Fall 2016 RTW collection by Diane von Furstenberg with Kendall, Gigi & Karlie Kloss! Check out our favorite looks and see what’s in at DVF!


The collection was peppy and youthful, with a few hints of retro (reminding us of the Spring Summer 2016 RTW collection!) like fur scarves, cloches, cropped trousers and the finale dress with gold sequins.

And here’s some backstage beauty: Karlie Kloss in her showstopper gold gown, looking like a diva!


The other silhouettes included mini-dresses, midis, skirts, sweaters, jumpsuits and culottes. Slip dresses were really fun and cool. Slits were big – seen in dresses and skirts. Asymmetric cuts, plunging V-necks and high slits added drama as well as a sexy factor! The color palette was an interesting mix of deep teal and tan over magentas, tomato red and violets. And lots of black and some gold.

Diane von Furstenberg Fall 2016 Collection: Gallery

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