By Rita Kokshanian
Oct 28, 2014 @ 2:31 pm
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When you've designed a silhouette as iconic as the wrap dress, which Diane von Furstenberg created many years ago, it's only fitting to display said design on something equally iconic. To celebrate the premiere of her new show, House of DVF, von Furstenberg is outfitting one of New York City's most famous residents in her wrap dress—the Statue of Liberty!

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"To celebrate [House of DVF], we will wrap the It girl of New York—the real one, the Statue of Liberty—in DVF prints," the designer says in a video.


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Six miniature replicas of Lady Liberty will be draped in six different prints of the wrap dress and each one will be displayed in various New York City neighborhoods. The designer is unveiling the first one Wednesday on the Today show, and the others will follow suit all around Manhattan. Talk about a one-of-a-kind photo opp! If you're in N.Y.C., make sure to snap a pic with one of the statues, then tune in to E! this Sunday, Nov. 2, at 10 p.m. ET to catch House of DVF.

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