DVF Gathered the Ultimate Girl Squad for Her Fall 2016 Show

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DVF’s roll-dawgs for the evening: Lily Aldridge, Irina Shayk, Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Karlie Kloss, Jourdan Dunn, Elsa Hosk, Alanna Arrington. Photo: Getty

Continuing the trend of non-traditional fashion shows today was DVF, which treated show goers to an experience at the label’s HQ. As we stood in a constructed hall waiting to enter the venue, a video of Irina Shayk, Lily Aldridge, Kendall Jenner and a few other A-list girls talking about their mothers looped, setting the mood for a girl power-filled show. Once inside, it was like walking through a gif-based editorial. The downstairs area was transformed into an enormous set, each room with models flitting through – they popped in and out of doors, did very important werque in an office, and twirled through a hall of mirrors, all in the designer’s latest.

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Lineisy Montero models a look from DVF Fall 2016. Photo: Getty

Upstairs, we found Von Furstenberg herself onstage with a girl gang of buzzy models, which included Karlie Kloss, Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Jourdan Dunn, Irina Shayk, Elsa Hosk, Lily Aldridge and Alanna Arrington.

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Talk about #squadgoals. Diane and her team singing ‘We Are Family’ Photo: @itsjihanm

The girls snapped instax photos of each other, sipped champagne, danced around with the designer, at a point, singing a round of Sister Sledge’s “We Are Family,” before parading through the crowd in a conga line.

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What we want to wear to work tomorrow. Photo: Getty

The clothes were classic DVF, giving off a strong 70s vibe which you could feel in the relaxed-fitting jumpsuits, draped disco diva maxi dresses, and the many (many!) pussybows the designer provided this season. Details like bell sleeves, pleats and ruffles added to the overall feminine mood of the collection, and fur accessories lent some lushness to a few outfits.

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We wouldn’t mind getting thrown this side-eye. Photo: Getty

A small capsule collection of limited edition looks from the collection are now available at the DVF website, further tipping the industry’s needle towards a more consumer-conscious way of approaching contemporary and high-end fashion.

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If only it was warm enough at Fashion Week to wear this look. Photo: Getty

While the clothes were a bit of a throwback (in the best of ways), it’s clear Von Furstenberg isn’t stuck in the past when it comes to her business.

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