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Jessica Joffe’s Fourth of July Picks

Whether you’re American, Australian, French, Russian, Icelandic or Cuban (and that’s just a smattering of countries who pledge allegiance to the red, white and blue) this particular tricolore salad may tug at your patriotic heartstrings. And that’s quite aside from how perfectly these three colors go together. I can personally attest to his: between my hair, my eyes and my ghostly pallor, it is incredibly wearable (or unavoidable). Added bonus: worn à trois it will also ensure that no one will be able to guess whether you’ve committed to one or the other political party until you’re safely inside the voting booth next fall.

But put all thoughts of elections aside for a moment and think about this lovely weekend just around the bend, and how many clambakes, boule tournaments and sunset cocktails you won’t have to plan for if you just follow my advice below. Friday night all you need to think about is whether you want to wear this denim and lace wrap dress with shoes or without. I’d vote to save them for another outfit, and wear a set of golden bracelets instead, as the dress needs no extra help. And when you decide to jump straight from deck into the ocean for a midnight skinny dip it comes off in a cinch. Thankfully, you can sleep in and wake up just in time for a spot of pétanque, which you’re naturally going to win. A pair of white shorts, a loose tented red shirt (my favorite silhouette of the season), a touch of festive fringe for good luck and you’re set. Bask in your glory all afternoon in nothing but a bikini and a pair of DVF sunnies, and head back to shore for a clambake in our navy knit shirt dress and caramel platform sandals. Another added bonus: you’ll never find the melted butter stains on this print, so don’t bother with a bib and enjoy the balmy evening.

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Now Open:
DVF Manhasset

We are thrilled to announce the July 1 opening of our new boutique at Americana Manhasset on Long Island! In celebration, we’ve been out and about exploring the area. Read on for our local favorites and keep up with us at @DVFManhasset. Plus, on July 1-3 and July 10-12, we’ll have champagne and treats, a raffle and a special gift with purchase, so stop by, shop, and say hello!

Jones Beach State Park
Between hiking, swimming and sailing, Diane is always inspired by the outdoors. This sandy oasis is perfect for a jet-set woman looking to nap off a long flight, or a sunny day of active family fun.

Toku
With a modern Pan-Asian menu that was built to share, Toku is the perfect venue for girls’ night. Cocktails and a few courses later, you’ll be all caught up on the latest flavors, gossip and news.

Cipollini
Make a Mediterranean escape to the terrace at Cipollini. With contemporary Italian cuisine and big sun umbrellas to match, this trattoria is the ideal spot for a relaxing midday meal.

NuBest Salon
For 40 years, this family-run salon has been making women feel their best. Make a quick stop here for a manicure or trim between a new look from DVF and dinner with the girls.

Nassau County Museum of Art
An art museum is always top on Diane’s to-do list. For some creative inspiration, spend a quiet afternoon strolling through this mansion-turned-museum’s outdoor sculpture garden.

The Bar Method
Give your body and confidence a boost with this ballet-based workout class. Run by two childhood best friends (and Manhasset natives!), this studio fosters an encouraging environment while getting you toned and fit.

DVF Manhasset
We’re bringing our signature print and color to Americana Manhasset! Our newest shop is the best place on Long Island to discover our full ready-to-wear and accessories collections.

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Summer Weddings:
The Layla Dress

The summer wedding season is here! With festivities indoors and out, here and afar, we’ve picked this calico Layla dress as our go-to style. It’s easy to pack and effortlessly glamorous—plus, the breezy fit is perfect for dancing when paired with a mid-heel. Tuck your camera and sunglasses in an envelope clutch, add some statement jewelry for shine, and get ready to celebrate. Love is life!

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Wrap of the Moment:
The T72

While we hate to pick favorites (especially in the wrap dress family), it’s worth pointing out that the T72 has been a staple in stylish closets since the mid-1970s. This dress looks fresh as ever in our floral of the season, a painterly, oversized print that’s versatile and chic in midnight and white. For summer’s best parties (think polo matches, garden weddings), we’re pairing this wrap with Leah sunglasses, a basketweave clutch, and a mixed print platform for a fun and unexpected bohemian flair.

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Summer Spotlight:
The Celeste

With its mini length and bold batik print, the Celeste romper is all about the attitude. One of our favorite wrap styles, the Celeste features a collar and button cuffs that contrast its playful hemline. Speaking of contrast, we love to pair the soft, slinky silk jersey with a chunky heel, big shades, and a long crossbody bag that’s perfect for packing light. In our hottest new print, the Celeste is the wrap of the summer.

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The Essential Reina Tunic

Black and white and color is one of our favorite ways to dress, and we can’t imagine a better example of the look than our Reina tunic with bright summer accessories. This tunic has an easy, straight shape that’s flattering and comfortable, with a slim long sleeve and a slit v-neck. A true DVF essential, the Reina has been updated for the season in a graphic floral that’s perfect for summer in the city. A crossbody bag in daffodil and leather sandals in a Heritage print are the perfect nod to the sunshine, which brings us to the finishing touch: glamorous shades are always a must!

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SO DVF:
The 2015 Met Gala

The wait is over for the party of the year!
The theme of this year’s Met Gala and exhibition is “China: Through the Looking Glass” and we’re thrilled the show features a Qipao-inspired DVF wrap dress in the stunning China vine print.
The grand event also marks the debut of some spectacular custom DVF on the red carpet. For model Gigi Hadid’s first Met Gala appearance, Fall 2015 lace was spun into a butterfly bodice of silk overlayed with hand embroidered lace and appliqué flowers, all in good luck red. With a bias cut silk skirt, straps of individually beaded hand cut lace flowers and a back of sheer embellished lace, Gigi’s look truly steals the spotlight.
Kate Beckinsale’s look reimagines a hand pleated tie neck gown from our Fall collection in gold mesh jersey, with panels of hand embroidered gold lace on the hips and back in the same China vine featured in the show.
Kate Mara’s white crepe gown takes the mandarin collar and mixes it with a plunging twist neckline straight from the runway. Hand beading adds a touch of sparkle to her super chic look.
Last but not least, Diane selected a column of silk jersey in China vine, the colors accented with hand beading against the black and white print. As Diane loves to say, black and white and color is so DVF!

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Summer Must Have:
The Camila Dress

Camila is truly the dress that has it all. Ready for summer, this chiffon style features flattering ruching, the season’s boldest shade, and a high-low skirt that shows off the leg. Plus, the gathered neckline has plenty of stretch, so it can be worn on and off the shoulder, depending on your mood. With easy accessories in cork and suede, the bold Camila may very well be the most versatile style of the season.

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Spotted:
Miranda Kerr in DVF

You can always count on Miranda Kerr for the best in effortless elegance, and lately she’s been taking her style to great lengths. This week, the model mom was spotted in her go-to wrap dress, a long chain link Abigail, and last week she wore a DVF Pre-Fall maxi while on the go at LAX. We’re ready to pair our favorite floor-length styles with a satchel and sunglasses for our next getaway. From spring weddings to summer travel, there’s a maxi dress for every moment!

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Jessica Joffe:
The #TZRXDVF Coachella Brunch

On a wonderfully hot day Rachel Zoe and Rodger Berman opened the doors of their sprawling Palm Springs home to celebrate the arrival of summer, a new range of beautiful DVF sunglasses and a little music festival called Coachella. Maybe you’ve heard of it. As a gaggle of gorgeous gals slowly trickled in (Coachella time), late morning champagne and mezcal cocktails were poured, impromptu croquet games commenced and one brave soul (the irrepressible Erica Pelosini) jumped onto a floating swan in the pool, without getting a drop of water on her tiny pins.

Caroline Vreeland, Shea Marie and Elizabeth Gilpin sauntered in, wearing summer gingham and Riviera blue, raving about the AC/DC performance they had seen the night before. Although they were heading back to the festival, most of the girls confessed that they’d be spending most of their time relaxing with friends away from the hullabaloo. The intimate lunch under the chuppah served as a perfect respite. Superblogger Aimee Song and her sister Dani raved about the sunglasses while the delightful Holland Roden and her Teen Wolf boyfriend Max Carver realised that the frames were just as becoming on him as they were on her. Boys take note!!

The stunning Emily Ratajkowski arrived last, excitedly greeting Old friends Leigh Lezark and fellow Misshape Geordon Nicol. As everyone sat down for an indulgent brunch featuring vast platters of bacon brioche and bowls of punch, the ever-gracious Rachel Zoe surveyed the scene and smiled.

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