Skip to main content
  1. Life
  2. Style & Fashion
  3. Women's Style

Celebrate the journey of the wrap dress in L.A. with Diane von Furstenberg

See also

Who can forget the iconic wrap dress, first made famous by fashion designer extraordinaire, Diane von Furstenberg.

Forty years ago, Diane first introduced us to the ever so popular figure flattering wrap dress. Today, the wrap dress is still going strong and has evolved into a variety of styles such as cheetah prints, black diamond, chain link, lace, floral, chevron and python prints. This iconic dress has been worn by celebrities such as Marissa Tomei and Paris Hilton, to our first lady Michelle Obama.

The versatile jersey wrap dress can be worn from day to night - from work to cocktails.

The Journey of a Dress Exhibition celebrating Diane von Furstenberg's wrap dress is being held from January 11 - April 1, 2014, at the Wilshire May Company Building, Los Angeles, California. The exhibition features a limited edition DVF and Andy Warhol Collection, fondly known as Pop Wrap.

For more information about the Journey of a Dress Exhibition go to



  • Johnny Manziel
    Should Johnny Manziel apologize for his hard partying over the offseason?
    Today's Buzz
  • Crop circles
    Similar crop circles appeared in Germany and England within days of each other
    19 Photos
  • Advanced placement
    The AP program is gaining traction as a key component in college admissions
    5 Photos
  • Beach hats
    Beat the heat with the best summer beach hats for women
    Beach Hats
  • Expectations for ministry
    Pastor preaches to newly ordained ministers about expectations for ministry
    6 Photos
  • Medical symptoms
    See which symptoms should cause you to seek a doctor’s attention right away
    6 Photos

Related Videos:

  • '530 Fatties'
    <div class="video-info" data-id="518332343" data-param-name="playList" data-provider="5min" data-url=""></div>
    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="//;allowfullscreen=true&amp;autoplay=1"></iframe>
  • Lupita Nyong'o
    <iframe width="600" height="337" src="//;allowfullscreen=true&amp;autoplay=1"></iframe>