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Fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg is best known for turning American sportswear on its ear in the 1970s with her signature wrap dress. A savvy businesswoman and style icon, she is just as notable for hanging out with Andy Warhol (his portrait of her hangs prominently in her office) and as a regular at Studio 54 as she is for running her eponymous company. Given her A-list persona, there is, of course, a certain amount of blurring between her personal life and the DVF brand. Her new 35,000-square-foot headquarters, designed by architects Amale Andraos and Dan Wood, founders of the New York City-based WORK Architecture Company (WORKac), reflects this crossover. More

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