ca. 1983-4; Diana Vreeland photographed in her home, February 10, 1984. As Editor-in-Chief, Vreeland brought Vogue to the forefront of international fashion magazines. Richard Avedon said of Vreeland at her memorial, "Diana lived for imagination ruled by discipline, and created a totally new profession. Vreeland invented the fashion editor." Photographers such as Irving Penn, Franco Rubartelli, David Bailey, Patrick Litchfield, Cecil Beaton, and Richard Avedon contributed some of their landmark pieces to the magazine. As one of the greatest fashion icons in history, Diana Vreeland had many of her own thoughts on fashion. She says, "Fashion is a part of the daily air and it changes all the time, with all the events. You can even see the approaching of a revolution in clothes. You can see and feel everything in clothes."
Sheet: 4.25 x 3.375 in.;

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