This documentary takes a look at the fascinating life and career of legendary Vogue editor in chief Diana Vreeland, who helped engineer the iconic style of Twiggy and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, served as a pioneer for women in the publishing industry, and advocated tirelessly for the betterment of culture, art, and fashion in the 20th century. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi
Documentary about a woman who early in childhood her Mother told her an indisputable truth: âYou are uglyâ. She lived the 20th Century; fearlessly opening trails for herself. Hands-on Editor of Harper's Bazaar Mag. supervising & choosing contacts. Men in the publishing industry, admired her firm grasp of business, art, and understanding of fashion trends. As Editor-in-Chief at Vogue Mag, she introduced the unusual as beautiful: freckles, front teeth spaces etc. Eventually, becoming a celebrity. She admired Coco Chanel as someone who understood the 20th Cent. During the recession, she presented models in exotic places, expensive project that cost her dismissal. Her Insightful beliefs: Give them what they don't know they want yet and Don't be boring. In the end still refusing to accept defeat, she accepted a Special Consultant to the Met. Museum of Art; having no funds & put it on the map. She successfully created the Celebrity Night Social Event. The Unsinkable Survivor.
I watched the full movie here ----------> http://tiny.cc/movie784 (that link is for those who haven't watched it yet) Anyway, what can I say? this movie definitely made me love the characters and I can relate!! Just some minor plots that are ridicuous I didnt like.. anyway, 5/5 stars for this movie!!