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Diane von Furstenberg has joined the ranks of those opting out of high street collaborations. In a Q&A with WWD, the designer revealed that, like Pucci and Tom Ford, she has decided not to take part in the designer-on-the-cheap craze anymore. She explained that "I'm not doing H&M, either. That's my choice. The designers can do it for a few reasons: They can do it for money, if they need money; they can do it for exposure. But it's risky. OK, you're doing H&M—it's great. But be careful, because how are you going to have your own business?" Unfortunately, we could hardly hear her over the cross-country sighs of disappointment. [WWD]