by Teena Leone on January 18th, 2012 I've had my eye on dynamic duo Diana Enciu & Alina Tanasa for a couple of months now since I first spotted them on several of the street style blogs. Since I finally conquered the task of searching endlessly who these stylish ladies were, it was only...

A bright star has fallen from fashion's constellation, and our community may never stop grieving the black hole created by her absence. Diana Vreeland, dazzler of the last 50 years of fashion, arbiter of all things quirky-chic, has passed away at the age of 86. Her entrée at Bazaar symbolized...

The Savannah College of Art and Design recently spent $26 million on a museum expansion that will now be called... wait for it... The André Leon Talley Gallery. The longtime Vogue staffer, who is a board member at the college, is organizing the gallery's first exhibit and including works from...

A new book and film about legendary fashion editor, Diana Vreeland offers lessons in sustainable style. Part of covering sustainable fashion is exploring opportunities for eco-sound fashion experiences. The idea of developing personal style has very much become polluted by marketers – and...

Diana Vreeland, wasn't called the "Empress of Fashion" lightly. The editor who started it all – working at Harper's Bazaar for a quarter century, then taking the (Hermès?) reigns at a little publication called Vogue, had an eye on the world of culture, design, fashion and art – that changed...

September 17,2012 When Diana Vreeland was still at Vogue, an assistant once told me, her desk was always laid for lunch, not only according to clear verbal instructions, but also precise diagrams. The placing of everything was drawn out and labelled, from the position of the cutlery, water...

) While fashion icons like Anjelica Huston and Lauren Hutton make cameos in the film, the two Vogue editors don't appear or even give voice-overs. This certainly seems bizarre, considering Wintour is the mag's current top dog, and Talley was Vreeland's mentee at the Metropolitan Museum...

.The feature-length documentary directed by Lisa Immordino Vreeland, the wife of one of Vreeland's grandsons, Alexander, documents the 50-year career of the fashion editor, including her work for US Harper's Bazaar, her time as editor-in-chief of US Vogue and her role at the Costume Institute...

NYC Exhibit: Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity at The Metropolitan Museum of Art 2/26- 5/27/2013 Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity at The Metropolitan Museum of Art 2/26- 5/27/2013 About the exhibit: Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity will present a revealing look at the role of...

Long before there were doyens like Anna Wintour, Carine Roitfeld, Liz Tilberis, Polly Mellen, and Suzy Menkes, there was legendary fashion editor Diana Vreeland. Having worked for Harper's Bazaar from 1937-1962 and as editor-in-chief at Vogue from 1963-1971, Ms. Vreeland was considered the...

 

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