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Diane von Furstenberg — Vive La Liberty with a Fashionable Godmother
For the Season 2 finale of the FrancoFiles Podcast, the team is joined by the “Woman in Charge” Diane von Furstenberg. This title is a self-ordained and true testament to the success she has had as a fashion designer, entrepreneur and a strong female icon. In February 2020, Diane was awarded with France’s highest honor–the Légion d'Honneur–for her life’s work in breaking the boundaries of women’s fashion to encourage self-expression and freedom through her designs like her iconic wrap dress. Her commitment to woman-celebrating ideals fueled her support for the major development in philanthropy for the Statue of Liberty Museum inaugurated in 2019 on Liberty Island. As the US prepares for the arrival of one of the eight Bartholdi Statue of Liberty originals from Paris, the team talks to Diane about the revival of this historic journey but more profoundly, what Lady Liberty, in all her shapes and sizes, means to all of us.
Join iconic fashion designer and legend of female empowerment Diane Von Furstenberg as she discusses the five books which have shaped her career with Yomi. Diane is best known for her groundbreaking “wrap dress” which came out in 1974 and earned her global recognition, becoming a wardrobe staple around the world. It’s still worn by celebrities including Michelle Obama and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. But her impact goes well beyond clothing and cosmetics - Diane is also a keen philanthropist and a role model for female empowerment. Her foundation The Diller is the force behind the DVF Awards, which celebrate female leaders, she’s part of Sheryl Sandberg’s ‘Ban Bossy’ campaign and she even designed shirts for Hilary Clinton’s presidential bid. Diane Von Furstenberg's latest book, 'Own It: The Secret to Life’, is out now. Diane’s book choices are: A Life by Simone Veil The Second Sex by Simone De Beauvoir My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem Caste by Isabel Wilkerson** Blowout by Rachel MaddowEvery week, join journalist and author Yomi Agedoke, and inspirational guests, including Elizabeth Day, Sara Pascoe and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie as they celebrate the best books written by women. The Women’s Prize for Fiction is one of the most prestigious literary awards in the world, and has been running for over 25 years, and this series will offer unique access to the shortlisted authors and the 2021 Prize winner. This podcast is produced by Bird Lime Media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Diane von Furstenberg, chairman and founder of Diane von Furstenberg: "The most important relationship in life is the one you have with yourself."
9 to 5ish with theSkimm
Diane von Furstenberg (aka DVF) knows the secret to a long and successful career. Hint: it’s reinvention. She’s been in the fashion business since the 1970s. But she’s changed her direction, and her brand, more than a few times. This week, DVF joined us to tell us how to embrace change (even when it’s hard) so you can be the designer...of your own life. In this episode, DVF shares how she deals with fear, why you should own your vulnerability at work, and how she’s embracing change during the pandemic. And Carly reflects on the time she received an unexpected phone call from Diane as a teenager. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Iconic fashion designer, philanthropist, and founder of her global brand DVF, Diane von Furstenberg joins Pod is a Woman to talk about everything from her new book to motherhood and what "owning it" means to her. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hot on the heels of International Women's Day, Brit sits down with the one and only Diane von Furstenberg for a *magical* conversation about how to navigate the ups and downs of business, Diane's feelings on deep life topics like death and spirituality, balancing ambition with our mental health, and her pandemic style essentials. She also shares details about her new book, Own It: The Secret To Life, which beautifully curates her lived experiences into a guide of sorts for women everywhere. Listen in for some once-in-a-lifetime life advice you won't hear anywhere else. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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‘If you own your vulnerability, it becomes your strength’: Diane von Furstenberg
Today, a break from all things “coronavirus,” as Anna Palmer talks with fashion legend Diane von Furtstenberg. They sat down back before the stay-at-home orders began, when she was in DC to present Ruth Bader Ginsburg with the annual DVF Awards' lifetime achievement prize. And though a whole lot has happened since then, Diane’s advice still rings true for how we can approach life and its challenges.Fashion legend DVF on life, leadership, and why, even now, she feels imposter syndrome.
Sartorial hosts J'Amy Tarr and Lisa Anderson Shaffer share over 30 years of experience in the fashion industry. Together they dish on the warm fuzzies, big wins, huge losses, and all the bad behavior (theirs included) encountered during their time in business. Stop by for the real juice on what it takes to run an indie brand in the big, badass fashion biz. In this episode, J’Amy talks with Lisa about her face to face with Diane Von Furstenberg. Including Diane's advice on being in the biz, lifting women up, and how to be an icon. They also laugh their asses off about running deep on connections.J’Amy Tarr is a Bay Area designer and founder of J’Amy Tarr Outerwear. Lisa Anderson Shaffer is a Bay Area jewelry designer and founder of Zelma Rose. www.jamytarr.comwww.zelmarose.comwww.dvf.comFollow us on Instagram @biasedcutsWe are sponsored by www.mvcode.com