Socialite Talita von Furstenberg has shared a tantalizing glimpse into her latest lavish getaway.
The 23-year-old, who is the granddaughter of celebrated fashion designer Diane, posted a series of snaps from her holiday in Hawaii with boyfriend Rocco Brignone de Brabant.
The care-free couple looked to be having the time of their lives as they playfully danced on an island, rode horses along a sandy beach and clambered up mountain trails with breath-taking views.
But Talita is no stranger to giving her growing fan base an insight into her enviable lifestyle as she prepares to take the reins of her family’s fashion empire.
Socialite Talita von Furstenberg has shared a tantalizing insight inside her latest lavish getaway with boyfriend Rocco Brignone de Brabant
The couple looked to be having the time of their lives on their most recent getaway together in Hawaii
Talita took to Instagram to post a loved-up snap as she beamed alongside her 21-year-old boyfriend.
The fashion designer wore a pink drawstring ruched two piece, which showcased her taut midriff, with Rocco opting for a khaki green shirt.
It was followed by a multitude of enviable snaps of their stunning surroundings as well as videos of the lovebirds prancing on a small island and heading down the beach on horseback.
Talita uploaded the pictures to social media alongside a caption that read: ‘Camera roll clean out.’
Influencer Camille Charriere, actress Christa Miller and YouTuber Olivia Jade were all among the famous faces to leave adoring comments under the post.
But it is not the first time that Talita has left her 218,000 followers green with envy by flaunting her busy travel schedule.
The fashion heiress has frequently spent her summer vacations from university with lavish trips across the globe.
In 2018, she kicked off her travels with a trip to Utah with her father, Prince Alexander von Furstenberg, at the Amangiri – a remote five-star resort in Canyon Point.
The fashion designer and boyfriend Rocco even found the time to head down the beach on horseback
Talita also shared videos of the lovebirds prancing on a small island surrounded by vibrant blue water
In another enviable snapshot, the couple were met with breath-taking views as they clambered up mountain trails
But that was only the beginning, and, in just two months, Talita had also visited Spain, Austria, Israel, France and Greece, posting a trail of snapshots to document each destination.
The following year she was at it again – this time exploring Mexico, the Mediterranean and Japan alongside her family.
Although the pandemic seemingly slowed down her travelling exploits temporarily, it seems that Talita is now back galivanting, all while juggling her position in her grandmother’s fashion empire.
Inside Talita’s very elite social circle – including her royal cousin and best friend Princess Olympia of Greece
The young fashion designer was born into a very elite circle.
Princess Talita is the eldest daughter of interior designer Alexandra (née Miller) and her ex-husband Prince Alexander von Furstenberg, son of Diane and her ex-husband Prince Egon von Fürstenberg.
Her royal heritage comes from her grandfather, German aristocrat Prince Egon, who was married to Diane for 14 years.
Diane and the royal, who passed away in 2004, had two children during their marriage: Prince Alexander von Fürstenberg, Talita’s father, and Princess Tatiana von Fürstenberg.
Talita (pictured at the Met Gala in 2021) previously revealed how she avoided using her royal title growing up in LA because she didn’t want people to ‘freak out’ when they met her
Talita (left) remains close to her royal cousin Princess Olympia of Greece (right) with the pair frequently jetting off together
Talita is the daughter of Prince Alexander von Furstenberg and his first wife, Alexandra von Furstenberg (pictured in 2019)
Talita remains particularly close to her royal cousin Princess Olympia of Greece with the pair frequently jetting off together.
But despite her royal association, Talita previously revealed how she avoided using her title growing up in Los Angeles because she didn’t want people to ‘freak out’ when they met her.
Speaking in an interview with UK-based magazine Hello, Talita added that the situation might have been different if she had been raised in Europe, where there is a better ‘understanding’ of royalty.
‘It doesn’t make sense for me because I didn’t grow up in Europe, it is still my title, but I think that Americans don’t understand about being a princess in the same way that you guys do,’ she said.
Lookin’ good: The two royal cousins previously travelled to Japan together where they posed for photos in Kyoto
Talita has still been finding time to make a name for herself in the fashion world after inheriting her grandmother’s passion (pictured together)
During the pandemic, despite travel restrictions, Talita appeared to join grandmother Diane and her husband Barry Diller on a trip to Spain’s party island of Ibiza
‘In LA, where I grew up, if I said I was a princess people would freak out. I didn’t think I could claim that title for myself.’
Nevertheless, Talita’s family ties have left her well connected.
During the pandemic, despite travel restrictions, Talita appeared to join grandmother Diane and her husband Barry Diller on a trip to Spain’s party island of Ibiza, facilitated by Diller’s $150million 305-foot yacht Eos.
Diller, founded internet and media conglomerate IAC, is said to be worth $4.4billion, according to Forbes, and is a useful connection for the rising star to have.
Diane’s husband Diller (pictured together), founded internet and media conglomerate IAC, is said to be worth $4.4billion, according to Forbes
Even Talita’s boyfriend Rocco (pictured together) comes from an Italian banking family who own a private estate resort in Costalegre, Mexico, called Costa Careyes
Even Talita’s boyfriend Rocco comes from an Italian banking family who own a private estate resort in Costalegre, Mexico, called Costa Careyes.
And the fashion designer herself has not shied away from the limelight.
She has often been seen gracing the front rows of fashion shows and society parties including us being a frequent face at the Met Gala in New York City.
Her social movements are reminiscent of her mother Alexandra, who was a firm fixture on the Nineties New York social scene along with her sisters Pia Getty and Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece.
How Talita rose to be next in line to take over the family’s multi-million fashion empire
Between her lavish getaways and elite social events, Talita has still been finding time to make a name for herself in the fashion world.
Her grandmother, now 76, previously called Talita her ‘muse’ and the rising style star is now following in the designer’s footsteps.
Having inherited her grandmother’s passion for design, she is being groomed to one day take over the Diane von Furstenberg business.
Talita grew up in Los Angeles before moving to the East Coast in 2017 to attend Georgetown University with her cousin, fellow royal Prince Alexios of Greece.
But she later transferred to New York University to study fashion business and marketing.
Fashion guru Diane von Furstenberg, now 76, has previously called goddaughter Talita her ‘muse’
In recent years Talita (pictured modelling a playsuit from her new range) has unveiled her own chic clothing ranges
In recent years Talita has unveiled her own chic clothing ranges, admitting she doesn’t discuss her design ideas with her famous grandmother Diane.
‘We try to be separate when I’m designing, just because I obviously value her opinion so much, but she designs for an older client and has a different taste to me, and I would hate for her opinion to alter the shape of the collection because ultimately the collection is supposed to reflect my more youthful taste,’ she previously told FEMAIL.
‘Every time she sees [my dresses] in the studio she’s like, “Urgh what is this?” I’m like, “Just trust me. You’ll like it at the end, people will like it”.
‘She always ends up liking it when I wear it, but when she sees it on the rack she’s like, “Oh this is horrible”.’
Talita added: ‘In everything else besides the design aspect, I rely on her opinion so much – she’s literally the best, most wise person to ask, so I really value her opinion on TVF branding, and on distribution now I’m going into the wholesale market.’
Talita (pictured in her previous designs) admitted she doesn’t discuss her design ideas with her famous grandmother
Talita has since been named co-chairwoman of the fashion brand as part of the company’s restructuring over the past few years
Talita has since been named co-chairwoman of the fashion brand as part of the company’s restructuring over the past few years, while Gabby Hirata was brought on as DVF’s new president and CEO.
‘For me, what I hope is that [my successors] will maintain the spirit and the attitude,’ Diane told The Wall Street Journal last year.
‘Right now I’m putting all of my archive, all of my 50 years of experience, into this huge vault with the codes and the tricks and the knowhow and all of that.
‘Then it’s in the hands of young people — my granddaughter, Gabby, whoever else works here — to do it, respecting the values and not trying to be something that we aren’t.
‘DVF is about respecting the woman and giving her the tools to be the woman she wants to be.’
Speaking about the possibility of heading up the family’s fashion empire, Talita previously told FEMAIL that doing so would be a real honor
Talita is no stranger to giving her growing fan base an insight into her enviable lifestyle as she prepares to take the reins of her family’s fashion empire
Speaking about the possibility of heading up the family’s fashion empire, Talita previously told FEMAIL that doing so would be a real honor.
‘It’s a really special, strong DNA brand,’ she said. ‘I’m still learning and don’t want to take that position until I fully think I’m confident enough to do it, and I’m learning, that’s what TVF is.
‘Hopefully one day I can [take over] because DVF is a pretty extraordinary brand that’s one dress for so long and it’s still selling, so it’s a pretty crazy business model when you look into it.
‘All the DNA and history of the brand is really, it’s a really special brand. When I go into the archives and see all the dresses, I could pull out a dress and it could still be worn today, almost every single one of them.’
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