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-Paradaiza necklace, Les Jardins collection-White gold, star sapphires, diamonds.The Paradaiza necklace from Les Jardins collection has been inspired by the Italian Renaissance gardens. This precious creation highlights an exceptional batch of star sapphires, a rare type of sapphire on which a six-rayed star-shaped pattern appears when viewed with a single overhead light source.

JAR jewels Metropolitan Museum of Art

AN EBONY, AMETHYST, CHALCEDONY AND DIAMOND BANGLE, BY JAR The ebony bangle centering upon a cushion-shaped amethyst, weighing approximately 75.41 carats, to the pavé-set diamond and pear-shaped cabochon chalcedony accents at the cardinal points, 1985, 6.0 cm inner diameter Signed JAR Paris

Princess Caroline of Monaco wearing JAR earrings around the 1990s - Jewels by JAR #jarparis #jar #joelarthurrosenthal #jewelsbyjar #jarjewelry #jarjewels

An Art Nouveau plique-à-jour enamel, peridot, and diamond brooch, Marcus & Co., centring a circular-cut peridot within a shaped plique-à-jour enamel frame with old European-cut diamonds and suspending a drop, signed.

Gold Scythian earrings, c.7th century BC

Edith Bouvier Beale; Little Edie, the cousin of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy

May 6, 1983 Where: At a gala honoring Diana Vreeland. Photo: ®Berliner Studio/BEI

Issey Miyake, 1977

Diana Vreeland at home wearing Issey Miyake

The Major Diana Vreeland

Diana Vreeland in her Baldwin designed interior.

Diana Vreeland & Lee Radziwill at Halston Couture Spring 1978 #leeradziwill #dianavreeland #halston

Diana Vreeland looks at a drawing with Cecil Beaton in 1965. © James Karales.

Diana Vreeland at El Morocco, New York 1938

Diana Vreeland

Diana Vreeland and Valentino, 1982

Diana Vreeland, ici sur une séance photographiée par Richard Avedon pour Harper's Bazaar en 1946

Diana Vreeland. Proof positive its all about style and talent -- not pretty features.

diana vreeland at homeDiana Vreeland (July 29, 1903, Paris, France – August 22, 1989, New York City) was a noted columnist and editor in the field of fashion. She worked for the fashion magazines Harper's Bazaar and Vogue and the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She was named to the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame in 1965.[1]

DIANA VREELAND AND VALENTINO chatting about all things chic!