Diana Vreeland: Extraordinary New Fashion Documentary 'The Eye Has To Travel'

Diana Vreeland: Extraordinary New Fashion Documentary 'The Eye Has To Travel'

This new documentary chronicling Diana Vreeland's legendary fashion career spans her time spent cultivating magazines such as Harper's Bazaar ( 1937- 1962) and Vogue ( 1962-1971). The original grand dame of fashion was born into an affluent family in France surrounded by nobility and high society figures. She had an eccentric eye and a panache for sophistication.  She was the  to first to put a celebrity, Sophia Loren to be exact, on a 1962 Vogue cover. She counted several celebrities such as Cher,  Jack Nicholson and Ali McGraw as her best friends and had deep ties to Hollywood. Later in her career she served as a special curator to the Met Museum, overseeing 12 of their Costume Institute exhibitions and elevating it the to the grandiose event it is today. A splendid treat for any fashion lover.

Jane Maxwell: 'Girl, Interrupted' at Campton Gallery

Jane Maxwell: 'Girl, Interrupted' at Campton Gallery

'Antonio Lopez: Fashion, Art, Sex & Disco', Monograph Celebrates Puerto Rican Artist's Career

'Antonio Lopez: Fashion, Art, Sex & Disco', Monograph Celebrates Puerto Rican Artist's Career