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Designer Diane von Furstenberg ‘owns her age’ in swimsuit selfie… three days after turning 74

Designer Diane von Furstenberg ‘owns her age’ in swimsuit selfie… three days after turning 74

Fashion designer Diane von Fürstenberg shared a swimsuit selfie during a seaside vacation on Saturday – three days after celebrating her 74th birthday.

The Belgium-born grandmother-of-five – who boasts 255K Instagram followers – wrote: ‘Am I crazy to post this? Own your age. It’s a proof you have lived! Love to everyone.’

Diane’s daring post received glowing comments from her celeb pals Kate Bosworth, Kris Jenner, Andie Macdowell, and Hamish Bowles.

Three days after celebrating her 74th birthday! Fashion designer Diane von Fürstenberg shared a swimsuit selfie during a seaside vacation on Saturday

The Belgium-born grandmother-of-five - who boasts 255K Instagram followers - wrote: 'Am I crazy to post this? Own your age. It's a proof you have lived! Love to everyone'

The Belgium-born grandmother-of-five – who boasts 255K Instagram followers – wrote: ‘Am I crazy to post this? Own your age. It’s a proof you have lived! Love to everyone’

Von Fürstenberg (born Halfin) spent Christmas apart from her billionaire second husband Barry Diller.

The InCharge with DVF podcaster and the 78-year-old media mogul will celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary on February 2.

Diane previously dated Hollywood heartthrobs like Warren Beatty, Richard Gere, and Ryan O’Neal.

Von Fürstenberg – famed for her signature wrap dresses – founded her company in 1972 with help from Vogue editor-in-chief Diana Vreeland.

'Looking fantastic!' Diane's daring post received glowing comments from her celeb pals Kate Bosworth, Kris Jenner, Andie Macdowell, and Hamish Bowles

‘Looking fantastic!’ Diane’s daring post received glowing comments from her celeb pals Kate Bosworth, Kris Jenner, Andie Macdowell, and Hamish Bowles

'Family Xmas on Zoom!' Von Fürstenber spent Christmas apart from her billionaire second husband Barry Diller (pictured December 25)

‘Family Xmas on Zoom!’ Von Fürstenber spent Christmas apart from her billionaire second husband Barry Diller (pictured December 25)

Unconventional: The InCharge with DVF podcaster and the 78-year-old media mogul (R) will celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary on February 2 (pictured November 21)

Unconventional: The InCharge with DVF podcaster and the 78-year-old media mogul (R) will celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary on February 2 (pictured November 21)

But last June, the Légion d’Honneur winner’s company nearly went bankrupt and she was forced to lay off 60% of her staff and close 18 of her 19 stores.

‘I’ve lost an enormous amount of money in the last four years,’ Diane admitted to the New York Times in July.

‘There’s no shame in admitting you are in trouble. It kills me, but it kills everybody. Every designer is calling me. I want to tell people this happens to everybody.’

On March 8, Phaidon Press will publish von Fürstenberg’s 168-page book Own It: The Secret to Life, which is a ‘guide and manifesto for personal growth and for turning problems into assets.’ 

Meatpacking District shop: Diane - famed for her signature wrap dresses - founded her company in 1972 with help from Vogue editor-in-chief Diana Vreeland (pictured October 16)

Meatpacking District shop: Diane – famed for her signature wrap dresses – founded her company in 1972 with help from Vogue editor-in-chief Diana Vreeland (pictured October 16)

'I've lost an enormous amount of money in the last four years': But last June, von Fürstenberg's company nearly went bankrupt and she was forced to lay off 60% of her staff and close 18 of her 19 stores (DVF saleswoman pictured December 23)

‘I’ve lost an enormous amount of money in the last four years’: But last June, von Fürstenberg’s company nearly went bankrupt and she was forced to lay off 60% of her staff and close 18 of her 19 stores (DVF saleswoman pictured December 23)

Coming soon! On March 8, Phaidon Press will publish the Légion d'Honneur winner's 168-page book Own It: The Secret to Life, which is a 'guide and manifesto for personal growth and for turning problems into assets'

Coming soon! On March 8, Phaidon Press will publish the Légion d’Honneur winner’s 168-page book Own It: The Secret to Life, which is a ‘guide and manifesto for personal growth and for turning problems into assets’

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