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"Color Icons" Diana Vreeland

Emerald Carroll, our new associate in Manhattan, suggested I start a series of blog posts on “Color Icons”. With such a colorful name, I decided to follow her advice. The “Color Icons” posts will be featuring individuals who have left their mark on the world due to their specific interest, passion, research, and writings on color. I am starting the series with Diana Vreeland, a woman of exceptional personal style and a deep love for the color red. Image: Diana's Dining Room Diana Vreeland…

Diana Vreeland & Cordelia Robertson In Southampton    : French-born American fashion editor Diana Vreeland (1906 - 1989) (right) and socialite Cordelia Robertson (1900 - 1984), both dressed casually, stand on the street probably in front of the Southampton Bathing Corporation, Southampton, New York, 1940s. Robertson holds a parasol to shield her head from the sun.

: French-born American fashion editor Diana Vreeland (1906 - 1989) (right) and socialite Cordelia Robertson (1900 - 1984), both dressed casually, stand on the street probably in front of the Southampton Bathing Corporation, Southampton, New York, 1940s. Robertson holds a parasol to shield her head from the sun. (Photo by Morgan Collection/Getty Images). For information about licensing this image, visit: Getty Images

Lisa Immordino Vreeland on Her New Diana Vreeland Documentary : Architectural Digest

The filmmaker behind Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel, talks about investigating the fascinating life of one of the 20th century’s most extraordinary tastemakers

TBT: Editoras

Quando, há algum tempo, publicamos uma série de matérias sobre o estilo das atuais editoras de diversas revistas de moda, surgiu aqui no escritório uma discussão sobre o enorme poder que elas têm como verdadeiros oráculos de estilo e comportamento. Através das suas revistas, elas não ditam apenas a próxima trend, mas também o próximo […]

'Why Don’t You?' would be considered a bit over the top by today’s extravagant standards, so one can only imagine what these suggestions did for readers in the 1930’s. Vreeland wrote with an absolute disregard for the reality in which most of her readers found themselves living. Perhaps it was... : Lucindaville

Diana Vreeland by Louise Dahl-Wolfe I was terribly dismayed that little augury failed to list my post on Diana Vreeland in her Favorite Post Topic for 2009. Then I was further dismayed to find that I never uploaded my DV post. I looked and I couldn’t find it. I was sure it had been an early post, so I searched and searched and there it was, still in "draft" form in my March posts. It was meant to be an Etiquette Wednesday entry it never got posted. So in keeping with little augury’s…

She was a genius.  She mixed plaid with leopard, a simple sweater and loafers... and she looks simply elegant.

. VREELAND TARTAN “The hottest thing in the world is to wear pants with stockings.” Make that Tartan pants...