In a strike in opposition to ageism, iconic clothier Diane von Furstenberg posed in a swimsuit, encouraging girls to ‘love’ themselves and ‘own’ their our bodies, it doesn’t matter what their age.
“Am I crazy to post this?” requested Diane von Furstenberg in a Jan. 3 Instagram publish. The designer — who’s a vogue icon and can eternally be celebrated because the inventive genius behind the wrap costume — posed in a forest inexperienced one-piece swimsuit in a mirror selfie. The image got here simply days after Diane celebrated her 74th birthday, and she or he gifted her followers with a message of self-love and positivity: “Own your age ….it’s a proof you have lived! Love to everyone.” It was a message that was greeted with pleasure by a few of her well-known buddies.
“Beautiful !!!!!” wrote Kris Jenner, 65, within the feedback part, including a “heart-eyes emoji” to the comment. D’Andra Simmons, 51, mentioned that Diane was slaying within the swimsuit. “And you OWN IT very well!!” the Real Housewives of Dallas star commented. Model Lily Aldridge, 35, mentioned that Diane was “Crazy Gorgeous!!!! Inside & Out,” whereas actress Andie McDowell, 62, mentioned DVF was “looking fantastic.” “Beautiful,” added Kate Bosworth, 38, whereas YouTube.com/vogue’s Derek Blasberg, 38, mentioned he was “Crazy in love!” Other commenters joined within the refrain, cheering on this show of “owning it” and the strike in opposition to ageism.
“You know, I am at an age where I need to use my voice and my experience,” Diane mentioned to Vanity Fair in April 2020, as she was launching her new podcast collection, InCost with DVF. “It’s intimate conversations with successful women about the journey of life and survival,” von Furstenberg defined to Vanity Fair, with a bunch of shiny A-List friends together with Karlie Kloss and Priyanka Chopra. “The great thing about podcasts is you don’t need to worry about make-up or hair, and therefore you can have much more intimate conversations because people aren’t looking at what you’re wearing and what you look like. You can really go into the depths of it.”
“There is no better way to inspire than storytelling,” she told Vanity Fair, and according to The New York Times, she’s engaged on a brand new e book (tentatively titled Own It) that can even assist encourage the subsequent vogue icon on his or her journey. “And what is most inspiring is not ‘ohh I am a success, and I did this, and I did that’ and so on. What is inspiring is to know that everybody with success has failures, has challenges, has moments of insecurity.”