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Diana Vreeland in her Baldwin designed interior.

Diana Vreeland in her Baldwin designed interior.

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Diana Vreeland (1903-1989) was the iconic editor in chief of Harper's Bazaar and Vogue, credited with creating the modern fashion magazine.

Diana Vreeland (1903-1989) was the iconic editor in chief of Harper's Bazaar and Vogue, credited with creating the modern fashion magazine.

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"You've got to have style.  It helps you get out bed in the morning." - Diana Vreeland

"You've got to have style. It helps you get out bed in the morning." - Diana Vreeland

Diana Vreeland in her 'garden in hell' room she requested from famed NYC  interior designer Billy Baldwin.

Diana Vreeland in her 'garden in hell' room she requested from famed NYC interior designer Billy Baldwin.

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EAST/WEST Indian Magic collection by Issey Miyake, worn by Diana Vreeland,

EAST/WEST Indian Magic collection by Issey Miyake, worn by Diana Vreeland,

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Diana Vreeland, ici sur une séance photographiée par Richard Avedon pour Harper's Bazaar en 1946

Diana Vreeland, ici sur une séance photographiée par Richard Avedon pour Harper's Bazaar en 1946

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Diana Vreeland's desk at Vogue. Her walls of imagination and possibly waiting for her peanut butter sandwich for lunch.

Diana Vreeland's desk at Vogue. Her walls of imagination and possibly waiting for her peanut butter sandwich for lunch.

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Diana Vreeland: Memories from Richard Avedon and Her Sons - Harper's BAZAAR

Diana Vreeland: Memories from Richard Avedon and Her Sons - Harper's BAZAAR

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Diana Vreeland created the concept of the fashion editor. She joined Harper’s Bazaar in 1936 and remained there for 25 years and the images she created are the most referenced in fashion history. She had a hand in everything, and everything she touched she revolutionised.

Diana Vreeland created the concept of the fashion editor. She joined Harper’s Bazaar in 1936 and remained there for 25 years and the images she created are the most referenced in fashion history. She had a hand in everything, and everything she touched she revolutionised.

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The Great Fur Caravan. Varuschka with a lean 7ft sumo wrestler, photographed by Richard Avedon. US Vogue, 1966. Diane Vreeland, editor-in-chief.

The Great Fur Caravan. Varuschka with a lean 7ft sumo wrestler, photographed by Richard Avedon. US Vogue, 1966. Diane Vreeland, editor-in-chief.

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