Tag Archives: Diana Vreeland

Guest Post: Fashion’s Other Grace: In Defense of Ms. Mirabella

By Cary O’Dell Next to “wearable” and “practical,” her name might be the two most controversial words in fashion today.  When it is spoken—if it is spoke at all—it’s often whispered.  Such is the still lingering pall over her. Her. … Continue reading

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The Art of Exhibiting Fashion History- Part I

La Belle Époque: The Art of Exhibiting Fashion History at the Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art By Janet Lee “Now I was born in the heart of the Belle Époque.  I was born in Paris.  I was born on … Continue reading

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Books Books Books

This fall there is abundance of new fashion-related books: Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel (Abrams) Written by Lisa Immordino Vreeland, who also produced a documentary about Diana Vreeland and is married to her grandson Alexander. About the book … Continue reading

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