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Life and Love Advice from DVF


by Jeanne Sutton
14th Oct 2014

To be honest, we all need an Italian lover…

Diane von Furstenberg has long been an Image.ie life icon, and now that the designer has penned a memoir,?The Woman I Wanted to Be, expect a lot of DVF channelling. In anticipation of the book’s release on October 28th, Diane reads an excerpt telling the story of how, while on holidays, she fell in aged 17 with a ?passionate and experienced? Italian man who looked like the actor Marcello Mastroianni. They made love ?endlessly? in the pine forest behind the beach. Listen, we can keep quoting the lady but it’s so much better when you hear DVF herself drawl about her sexual awakening.

Pre-order The Woman I Wanted to Be here.

Follow Jeanne Sutton on Twitter @jeannedesutun