Diana Vreeland. Now there was a fashion editor. As Lauren Hutton says in The Eye Has To Travel documentary, 'She was upside-down original.' Her vivid imagination changed the face of fashion and brought a little extra pizzazz into our lives. So, good news people, the D.V. DVD is out today. It's a brilliant film, I can't wait to watch it all over again (here's my full review) - and I'm wearing stripes and painted nails in honour of the grande dame. Paris, Inspiration, Dianavreeland, Dv Stripes, Icons, Diana Vreeland Why, Cows, Favorite People, Diana Vreeland Home
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Having worked for Harper's Bazaar from 1937-1962, and as editor-in-chief at Vogue from 1963-1971, a chic lifetime was spent determining and influencing what fashionistas wore, read, drank -- she was the epitome of style.
Diana Vreeland (July 29, 1903 Paris, France, August 22, 1989 New York City) was a legendary editor in chief of Vogue and consultant to the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Her publishing career began in 1937 as columnist for Harper's Bazaar, ran a column called "Why Don't You?" She is responsible for launching many iconic careers, establishing countless trends that have stood the test of time, and bringing an unprecedented and incontrovertible perspective to the fashion world