The Diane von Furstenberg showcase is always another highlight of New York Fashion Week, and whilst you usually know what kind of thing to expect from the designer it manages to delight.
A Seventies inspired collection once again from the Queen of the wrap dress.
This time infused with a safari feel to it.
The soundtrack to the show, Robin Thicke Blurred Lines and Daft Punk Get Lucky, ensured that this collection was going to be fun and light-hearted show.
The collection saw a mixture of prints and materials take to the runway, included pieces that changed from luxe to laidback.
Crop tops are definitely not shying away next summer either with a number of printed and plain versions showcased with matching pieces too.
The Seventies vibe came through the stunning white jumpsuit and the billowing maxi dresses that featured thigh-high splits and slashed to the stomach necklines.
Jessica Alba was among the A-List sat front row, which came as no surprise as she referred to DVF as her 'mentor' this week on Instagram.
But the thing that really got people talking was Karen Elson opening the show and Naomi Campbell closing it.