Stolen moments are a true luxury and that is exactly what last week was all about. Leaving the show clothes under the vigilance of Michael, the design team and the sewing machines, my husband and I escaped to sail in the Philippines. […]
On the eve of the new year (and Diane’s birthday!), she’s sharing her thoughts on the importance of clarity. Happy holidays everyone! Maybe it is because my birthday is New Year’s Eve, but I have always made resolutions for the […]
The week prior to the fashion show is both completely hectic and not ! Hectic because everything has to come together: the clothes, the shoes, the models, the hair, the make up, but at the same time, because I empty […]
After a restful week sailing the Andaman sea, swimming into the caves where the most appreciated Asian delicacy, the swift nests, come from, we decided to fly to Bagan, the sacred city in Myanmar, an extraordinary landscape frozen in history where […]
The Whitney Museum of American Art opens downtown today, just one block south of our Meatpacking District headquarters. On the eve of its opening, Diane visited the Renzo Piano Building Workshop (also our neighbor!) to catch up with the museum’s designer, her […]
Happy summer everyone! To celebrate this season, we’re flashing back to the early 2000s with a photo of Diane on the go, sailing around Italy with friends. Be sure to check back every Friday for highlights from our archive, and have a great weekend!
Frangipani flowers, dramatic volcanoes… today we’re flashing back to the late 1980’s when Diane first fell in love with the magical island of Bali.
Here, Diane takes a break from the post-show whirlwind to dish on the inspiration behind the Spring 2016 collection, the silhouettes she’s most excited about, and the lessons bound to live beyond fashion week. What was the inspiration behind the collection? The […]
The first in a six-part series, Diane is here to share how she wraps her gifts, and one particularly memorable box she received… The best gift wrap I ever received was on my birthday, New Year’s Eve. I was turning […]
The second in a six-part series, Diane is back with tips on how to avoid party dressing fatigue. If you missed her first post on creative gift packages, you can check it out here. With Thanksgiving behind us, the rest […]
The third in a six-part series, Diane is back with tips on how to delight your hostess with a great gift. Be sure to check out her posts on creative gift packages, and avoiding the dreaded holiday dressing fatigue. Hostess […]
Spring is about renewal and happiness. This collection started with an image of the first painting I bought for myself: Fortuna, the Roman goddess of fate and fortune, standing in nature surrounded by butterflies and covered in jewels. Representing happiness, […]
March 8 is International Women’s Day, an opportunity to salute women, honor them, empower them. I always say that I have never met a woman who is not strong… all women are strong, although sometimes it is hidden very deep […]
Last time I went to Bangkok I was 19. I went on a trip across Asia with Egon, my boyfriend who later became my husband and the father of my children. While visiting the temples and marveling at the floating […]
Today marks the opening of the Peopling of America galleries at the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration, and last night the Great Hall was bustling in celebration. Diane, Patti LuPone and Henry Louis Gates Jr. were all honored for […]
1982: Diane lounging on the terrace outside the barn-turned-studio at Cloudwalk, her Connecticut home. Have a relaxing, refreshing weekend!