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by on September 4, 2012

Diana Vreeland‘s influence on fashion knows no bounds. As the Editor-in-Chief of Vogue from 1962-1971, she was the Anna well before Anna was Anna Wintour. Vreeland’s character was far more whimsical, though her words equally sturdy, and her vision exactly spot on every time. It takes an all-knowing woman to advise Manolo Blahnik to start making shoes. A new documentary, Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel takes us inside of her world. Watch the trailer here.

Lisa Immordino Vreeland, Diana’s granddaughter-in-law, directed the film Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel. The film interviews absolutely everyone, including Calvin KleinOscar de la RentaHubert de GivenchyDiane von FurstenbergRichard AvedonAnjelica Huston, and Manolo Blahnik. 

The film is out in NY and LA on September 22, 2012. PREVIEW: <i>The Eye Has To Travel</i> to NY or LA to see Diana Vreeland

Learn more about the woman who launched a thousand careers, including that of André Leon Talley.

PREVIEW: <i>The Eye Has To Travel</i> to NY or LA to see Diana Vreeland

Wouldn’t you consider the Diana Vreeland years the glory days of Vogue?


Contributed by Jessica Lapidos

I impart my daily love of light layering, thick-as-thieves platforms and undiscovered fashionable gems. I love to turn a phrase, and in truth I'm a designer at werq.

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