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Diane Von Furstenberg may be one of the most stylish women in Hollywood.

But as it turns out, fashion is the farthest thing from what she finds sexy in a man. As it turns out, it may just be a little blue pill.

When asked by Stephen Colbert what makes a man attractive, The Woman I Wanted to Be author replied, "Viagra."

"That's the worst thing that happened to women in the last ten years," she added. "We lost all kind of edge. [But] we're not here to talk about that."

What the fashion designer was down to share was the importance of her iconic wrap dress worn on millions of women around the world.

"It's all about the waist. You wrap it around and feel sexy," she shared on The Colbert Report Tuesday night. "All I give women is a little trick that makes them feel sexy and empowered."

Diane von Furstenberg

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With so many great looks for women, Colbert jokingly accused the designer of being a bit sexist since she hasn't created the perfect design for me.

DVF, however, says she's more focused on making ladies of all ages feel their absolute best.

"I did not know what I wanted to do, but I know who I wanted to be," she shared. "I wanted independence. Once I empowered myself, I wanted to empower other women." For the record, she tried to persuade Colbert to get dressed in one of her wraps. His response? "I would love to, but my hips are so unforgiving."

DVF's philosophy to empower others is displayed every week on her new series, House of DVF. A group of contestants compete to become the next Brand Ambassador. And although it is in fact a reality show, the designer isn't interested in putting anyone down.

"I became confident when I was making other women feel confident," she shared. Besides, "I'm getting old. I can't be the [ambassador]."

Watch new episodes of House of DVF Sunday nights at 10 p.m. only on E!