Belongs to Diane von Fürstenberg
In 1970, with a $30,000 investment, she began designing women's clothes.
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 1984, she sold her Cosmetic business to Beecham for $ 24 million and moved to Paris. There she founded Salvy, a French language publishing house.
In 1990, she moved back to New York . She started up "Surroundings" her lifestyle range, that includes candles, sheets, and dresses.
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 April 2003, Diane entered into partnership with Reebok Sports Shoes, and introduced her new line RBK by DVF.
Diane's dream came true in September 2004, when her first Parisian flagship store opened amidst a host of international celebrities.