DVF Collaboration Mania!

Diane von Furstenburg is everywhere these days. Aside from designing her own line of clothing, shoes, accessories and home goods, the designer is adding her name to a number of upcoming collaborations.

Earlier this month Evian announced that DVF had been tapped as the designer of its 2013 limited edition bottle, set to hit shelves this November. This is the newest installment of Evian’s annual designer-inspired bottles, a program that began in 2008 and has featured the designs of Issey Miyake, Sir Paul Smith, Jean Paul Gaultier, Christian Lacroix and Courrèges in the past.

Today, WWD announced that the designer would be teaming up with Roxy to create a limited edition collection of swimwear called DVF loves ROXY. The collection will include 35 pieces in total, fusing DVF’s signature bold prints with Roxy’s surf-inspired styles (think cover-ups, boardshorts, beachbags, etc. starting at $38). The collection is set to launch next spring, and will be sold at select DVF and Roxy stores around the world, as well as on the Roxy website.

And let’s not forget that Ms. Furstenburg is also designing a piece or two for that little holiday collection with Target and Neiman Marcus. She is quite a busy lady!

Though images from both collaborations have yet to released, here is a look back at a few previous Evian designer bottles and some of my favorite DVF collaborations.

Jean Paul Gautier’s 2008 limited edition bottle

Courrege’s 2011 limited edition Evian bottle

DVF for Gap Kids and Baby Gap

DVF for Current Elliott

DVF for H.Stern

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