Diana Vreeland was a groundbreaking editor, fashion legend and inveterate tastemaker. She worked as an editor with Harper’s Bazaar and spent 20 years there before switching over to become the editor of Vogue, and ended her career as a curator and consultant at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Think of her… More »
March is National Women’s History Month, and we’re celebrating by sharing a lady we admire each weekday.
DIANA VREELAND (c.1906-1989)
In 1936, the editor in chief of Harper’s Bazaar gave Diana Vreeland, a wife and mother of two, a job, even though she technically didn’t have any experience. Vreeland began telling women to… More »
“Find your place, and let the world gravitate to you. None of this mix-and-mingle business.” — Diana Vreeland, former Vogue editor-in-chief … More »