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Diane von Furstenberg has never been shy about her love affair with the High Line, and to cement their relationship further, the designer has just created an exclusive collection of High Line apparel and accessories. The items are a part of the Friends of the High Line's recently launched merchandise program, and will be sold on the website, as well as through the High Line Merchandise Cart at West 16th Street.
The offerings include a gauzy scarf, a notebook set, a tote, and a tee shirt with the phrase, "Dreams come true on the High Line." The pieces range from $10 to $85, which is pretty small price tag in comparison to what DVF has already offered the NYC landmark: The Diller – von Furstenberg Family Foundation has already donated $35 million to the High Line, which includes a $20 million donation in 2011—the largest sum ever given to a city park at one time.
· DVF Designs Exclusive Collection for the High Line [The High Line]