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DVF Fall 2013: 'It's the Dress That Closes the Deal'

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Gone were the gimmicky tech cameos on the DVF runway. Diane von Furstenberg, who was flying solo without a creative director for the first time in more than a decade, left the future behind and got back to her roots for Fall 2013: Wrap dresses, Studio 54, and the '70s. Also, being a sassy go-getter. She told WWD, "DVF has always been about effortless and easy. It's the dress to get laid in and it's the dress to get the job in. It's the dress that closes the deal." Other pieces that close deals? Gold lamé pants, brightly patterned jumpsuits, and a burgundy velvet babydoll dress over flared velvet pants. Take a trip into DVF's past after the jump.

· Watch: The DVF Documentary Shot by Those Google Runway Glasses Is Here [Racked]
· All NYFW Fall 2013 [Racked]