from The American HeritageĀ® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Vreeland, Diana Dalziel 1903-1989. French-born American editor and fashion expert. She was editor in chief of Vogue (1963-1971) and a special consultant to the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (1972-1989).


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  • Talking Pictures Ā© 2011 Ellen Graham, Pointed Leaf Press Subjects in Ellen Graham's 'Talking Pictures' include Marisa Berenson and Diana Vreeland Many of her observations involve memories of how handsome she found the various actors she photographed.

    Photographic Memories

  • Rubin Darleen/WWD Diana Vreeland and friends at the Fendi fur collection event at Bergdorf, 1977 Related Couture in the Window 10/15/2011 The backstory: In 1987, Mr. Neimark met with Mohamed Al Fayed, then the new president of Harrods department store in London.

    Talking Shop

  • Another of the festival's documentaries, "Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel," is less a polished work of art than a spirited tribute to a phenomenal force in global fashion.

    High-Altitude Viewing

  • Perhaps this is because as the son of a Czech father and Spanish mother, educated first at home and then in Geneva, Paris and London, and championed in New York by fashion editor Diana Vreeland, Blahnik sees the world through the eyes of a global sophisticate and artisan.

    Manolo Blahnik: Feet First

  • I love this quote from Diana Vreeland but what if... what if... a beautiful vintage dress could actually take you back in time?

    Mary Kincaid: Interview with Bianca Turetsky, The Time-Traveling Fashionista

  • Ask Przeworski and Vreeland about the effect of IMF programs on growth.

    All that glitters....

  • Marisa Berenson, granddaughter of Elsa Schiaparelli and dubbed "the girl of the Seventies" by Yves Saint-Laurent, was groomed by the likes of Diana Vreeland for fashion stardom.

    Why This '70s "It" Girl Became YSL's Muse

  • Clips from Vreeland's early life, family and her years at Harper's Bazaar, Vogue and the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute along with interviews with Diane Sawyer, Andy Warhol, Calvin Klein, Oscar de la Renta and John Fairchild show a woman with a keen respect for cultural history and an original sense of style.

    Peggy Siegal: To Venice With Love

  • Next I find the documentary Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel hidden in a tiny screening room in a basement.

    Peggy Siegal: To Venice With Love

  • Lisa Immordino Vreeland, married to Vreeland's grandson Alexander, produces and directs.

    Peggy Siegal: To Venice With Love


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