The partnership has produced DVF's most iconic and universally flattering style, the silk-jersey wrap dress, selling at $568 in three different prints pulled straight from the DVF archive. Feel flirty in bold hot pink floral, or amp your confidence for that Monday morning meeting in a retro-inspired black and white houndstooth pattern. And, if all else fails, you can always fall back on that trusted leopard print, which will surely get you kicking for some weekend drinks with your girlfriends. The dresses will come in sizes 14-24.
It's an epoch-making moment for both the acclaimed Belgian fashion designer and the rapidly growing commerce site. Since its 2017 founding, 11 Honoré has stamped a place for itself amongst luxury vendors and fashion houses, bringing size-inclusivity into the sartorial limelight. DVF, which was the most highly requested brand by 11 Honoré buyers according to a spokesperson, is just the latest to join the inclusivity conversation.
"For me, my number one objective and priority on a daily basis is just to provide the same options that straight size women have," said 11 Honoré co-founder Patrick Herning while speaking to Forbes this past January. "And that’s really why I get out of bed everyday - pushing brands to go up in their sizing, bringing brands onto this platform, and evangelizing that this customer does exist. We have proven it."
Other notable designers featured on 11 Honoré's site include Brandon Maxwell, Derek Lam, Marc Jacobs, Zac Posen, and Veronica Beard. After the Diane von Furstenberg launch, luxury pieces from Carolina Herrera, and GANNI are also expected to sell plus-sized pieces through the e-retailer.
From Harper's Bazaar U.S.