Mar 12, 2015

*GET HER LOOK* Diana Vreeland

Long before there were doyens like Anna Wintour, Carine Roitfeld, Liz Tilberis, Polly Mellen, and Suzy Menkes, there was legendary fashion editor Diana Vreeland. Having worked for Harper’s Bazaar from 1937-1962 and as editor-in-chief at Vogue from 1963-1971, Ms. Vreeland was considered the godmother of American fashion and the epitome of style. With her grandson, Alexander Vreeland, launching a collection of her fragrances just last week, I thought I would take a moment to pay tribute to this fashion icon by looking back on her eclectic style. So, Why Don't You...Get Her Look?

Pearl necklace from Chanel, python bag from Marc Jacobs, embellished slippers from Oscar de la Renta, printed enamel bangles from Hermès, diamond brooch from Cartier, animal print tote from Fendi, red lipstick from Giorgio Armani, flower necklace from Oscar de la Renta, gold cuff from Oscar de la Renta, black dress from Wes Gordon, watch from Van Cleef & Arpels, boots from Gucci, scarf from Hermès, luggage case from Louis Vuitton, eau de parfum from Diana Vreeland, scented candle from Diana Vreeland, and nail polish from Chanel.

{Image credit: Diana Vreeland}

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