They trade under the name DVF (it’s a lot easier to fit on a sign), but make no mistake about it, Diane von Fürstenburg is a client Overton is proud to handle and we’re proud to congratulate on their forty years in business.
Launched in 1974, one of Diane’s initial creations, the knitted jersey wrap dress, is in the collection of the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Fast forward to today, and DVF is a global brand headquartered proudly here in New York with availability in more than seventy countries and at more than forty-five DVF stores. Her brand now encompasses clothing, shoes, handbags and accessories.
Overton is proud to be DVF’s Customs broker. We took out this ad in Women’s Wear Daily, a key industry trade publication, to congratulate them on the occasion. Whether for the trade to read in a daily or memorialized here on our site, congratulations to Diane and her team who have built this business over the past forty years. We wish you that many and more as you continue your great work.
Welcome everyone to the new overtonfreight.com website.
While Overton is proud to hold the first Customs broker license award by the Customs service back in the 1800’s, it doesn’t mean that we felt like we should keep a website that felt like it dated from that time much longer.
This new site will serve three primary purposes.
We welcome your feedback for things that you would like to see. We’ve made our most commonly-used forms available for download here. Finally, and most importantly, the Terms and Conditions under which we trade are here as well.
I look forward to hearing from you all now and into the future, and thank you once again for your business. It is a pleasure to serve each and every one of you.