Diane von Furstenberg dishes on favorite dress, favorite NYC spot and season 2 of 'House of DVF'
International fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg (DVF) is gearing up for season two of her acclaimed television series, "House of DVF," which takes place in the bustling heart of NYC. In the show, DVF takes a number of youthful aspiring fashionistas under her wing as they compete to become her next Global Brand Ambassador. DVF said of her show:
"The second season of 'House of DVF' is not only entertaining and informative, but also allows invites inside my fashion world. I will also continue to provide empowering messages to a generation of millennial women in order to guide them to become the women they want to be."
In the midst of New York Fashion Week, DVF stopped by the AOL headquarters to discuss the new season of her show, which premiered on E! on September 13. After DVF appeared on AOL Build, we were lucky enough to chat with the fashion powerhouse and ask her a few fun questions in an effort to get inside the workings of her brilliant mind.
If you had to choose one: short dress or long dress?
I'm going to be showing a lot of long dresses. But actually, if I only had one dress I would look for knee-length.
If you could only wear one dress, ever, for the rest of time, which one would it be?
Well, I'm too old to wear the wrap dress so it doesn't work for me, but I would still absolutely have to say a wrap dress.
If you could only wear one color for the rest of your life, what would that color be?
How about multi-color?
Obviously you're such an iconic part of New York City as a whole and I'm sure you have so many favorite places. What's your ultimate favorite spot in NYC?
I love the river. I like walking along the river, so maybe the Highline.
What are you most excited about with the upcoming season of your TV show?
Last time at Fashion Week I was shooting the show, so I'm excited that this year I'm not shooting.
Click through this slideshow to see pics from DVF's star-studded NYFW runway for her spring/summer 2016 collection:
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