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The Financial Times takes Diane von Furstenberg out to lunch, and returns with a new sense of empowerment and a serious case of joie de vivre. On her pride in her wrinkles: "'Yesterday this woman came to me and she said, ‘I’m so depressed, I’m ageing so fast – I’m 37,’ says DVF. 'I couldn’t believe it! This ageing thing is really ridiculous. Sure, you don’t look the same, your waistline is different, your knees, but they are all souvenirs of living. I know people look at me and say, 'Why doesn’t she do something?’ – I can tell – but I don’t want to erase my life.'" [FT]