No Republican customers for me

Ethel C. Fenig
Women--and men--of a certain age might remember Diane von Furstenberg, the poor little Belgian girl who married a German prince, got divorced and later, after some unusual uhm, romances, married a rich American entertainment mogul. Oh, and she became wealthy in America by building a fashion empire.  During marriage number one the young von Furstenberg couple immigrated to America where they started a fashion business beginning with her iconic one piece wraparound dress.  Comfortable, moderately priced and flattering, the dress propelled her to great wealth and an expanding fashion company with jeans and other items. The contrast between her middle class clothes and the implied elitism of the German von in the eponymous brand contributed to the company's assumed chicness.  And profitability.  Although her business later declined, Ms. von Furstenberg is ba-a-a-ck.  At an event in her store during Fashion Week's Fashion Night Out in New York...(Read Full Post)

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