Feel like a woman, wear a dress! In 1973 Diane Von Furstenberg was in her mid 20s, a mother of 2, and was recently divorced from Austro-Italian Prince Egon of Furstenberg . That was also the year her iconic wrap dress took over the world. Just three years later she sold over 5 million dresses. Newsweek Magazine called her the most marketable designer since Coco Chanel - and the newest icon for liberated women. "The wrap dress was an interesting cultural phenomenon, and one that has lasted 30 years. What is so special about it is that it's actually a very traditional form of clothing. Its like a toga, it's like a kimono, without buttons, without a zipper. What made my wrap dresses different is that they were made out of jersey and they sculpted the body."