T — he age-old myth of “having it all” might be more harmful than it is helpful, but that’s not to say it isn’t possible to achieve. At least, that’s what Diana von Furstenberg thinks. “Women are so used to balance, that’s what the feminine energy is about,” she tells me over the phone from her country home in Connecticut, where she’s spent most of the pandemic. We’re discussingmotherhood and the art of juggling that alongside a fledgling career, something Von Furstenberg, who credits her career success to becoming a mother at the age of 22, has done with aplomb. “That’s a part of who we are and what makes us special,” she says. “Balancing things is part of our DNA. You think men could have periods every month?”