Diane von Furstenberg

Oh, Grow Up! Four Ways to Fight Ageism

Posted on 07/1/2014 by |Beauty | Comments

Beauty & FashionFuming fashionistas and bitter beauties, I feel your pain. Yes, it’s 2014 and ageism continues to plague the fashion industry. Older women may be driving much of today’s growth in social media and online shopping, but I dare you to find a single model who resembles us on any major retail site. (We do pop up in commercials and ads for sexual dysfunction, diets, probiotics and luxury cruises — big whoop!) A few forward-looking companies are bucking the trend. So …

The Best Fashion Advice I Ever Got

Posted on 06/3/2014 by |Best of Everything After 50 | Comments

Beauty & FashionFashion should be fun, not frustrating. And it should definitely not be frumpy. But once I hit my 50s, I started feeling confused about what I should — and shouldn’t — wear to look fresh, modern and confident. In the course of researching The Best of Everything After 50, I had the opportunity to pick the brains of a group of fashion-savvy women, among them Diane von Furstenberg, Ginny Hilfiger (Tommy’s younger sister) and a personal shoppers at Saks Fifth Avenue. …

Women 50+: What to Wear to Get the Job

Posted on 09/19/2013 by |Best of Everything After 50 | Comments

Beauty & FashionThe economy is tough. The job market — especially for those of us over 50 — is even tougher. But if you want to rejoin the workforce or land a new opportunity, the tips below can help you put your best foot forward. It’s been said that it takes all of seven seconds for a stranger to size you up. So make the best first impression you can by sporting an interview outfit that will knock their socks off. Jacqui …

When Google Met von Furstenberg

Posted on 09/30/2012 by |Caregiving experts & bloggers | Comments

Beauty & Fashion | TechnologyWhen iconic fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg, 65, met Google’s Sergey Brin at a conference and learned of the Glass by Google eyewear his company designed, it was collaboration at first sight. Von Furstenberg didn’t question if a promotional partnership between a fashion brand and Internet company would work. So she inked a deal that allowed her Spring/Summer 2013 creative process to be taped via the glasses and edited into a short film called DVF Through Glass. The glasses, which …