Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel
An Intimate Portrait of a Female Fashion Icon

Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel - An Intimate Portrait of a Female Fashion Icon
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Clare

Divine self- made eccentric –– a true original.

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Maurice

I was very fortunate to work in London in the 60’sand @15years old wash Ms Vreelands hair and assist with her ioconic hair style I still have the Christmas gifts she gave unopened because of her signature would have been ruined

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fried

Fascinating woman. Interesting to see how she became such a powerful figure in the world of fashion.

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Belkis

I love to know more about Diana Vreeland. I admire her tenacity and confidence. Worth the watching from the beginning to the end.

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Betty

so she must be the mother of the annual met ball- appreciated being introduced to different facets of who she was by all the many ppl who i wish were all id'd bc many are unknown to me

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Louise

wonderful film with the queen of the fashion industry. No one will ever be as grand as her. Highly recommended watch if you love fashion.

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