Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel

  |  Book Tickets: 17/02/2012
  |  Buy to Own: 21/09/2012
  |  86 min
Rated PG by the BBFC


Documentary charting the life and work of Diana Vreeland, the influential fashion editor, who, after 25 years at Harpers Bazaar magazine, transformed Vogue when she was appointed editor-in-chief in 1963. Under Vreeland's guidance throughout the 1960s, Vogue became one of the essential reference points for all things cultural, be they fashion, art, films or music, with Vreeland herself elevated to becoming a style adviser for high society's stratosphere. Drawing on a stylish collage of archive footage, interviews, photography, graphics and animation, the film traces Vreeland's colourful life from her difficult childhood and early academic failures through to her triumphant reinvention of herself as an iconic figure in the world of fashion and popular culture.

Contains mild sex references and natural nudity in a fashion context
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