I will avoid remarking about Dita's--ahem--"profession", simply because in this regard, it bears no significance. Her style, however, does. She epitomes the '40s pin-up style, coyly seducing her audience through her choice of wardrobe. On various occasions, she embodies a timeless era, as if she had just stepped out of a time machine, tantalizing viewers with her ensembles, which is precisely what fashion does...and she has done it remarkably.
I don't have much to add except that she really knows her style and what works for her. I think it's admirable that she simply stays with what she knows works and has classified her style rather than wearing what's on trend. I wouldn't mind raiding her closet...