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Happy Tuesday everyone, today we are celebrating a true Tastemaker, Diana Vreeland, on what would have been her birthday. Diana Vreeland found her passi Diana Vreeland, Great Love Stories, Love Story, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue, Nyc, Giovanna Battaglia, Famous Women, Famous Couples

№ 12 | Diana & Reed Vreeland :: This Is Glamorous

№ 12 | Diana & Reed Vreeland

Diana Vreeland, was a noted columnist and editor in the field of fashion. She worked for the fashion magazines Harper's Bazaar and Vogue and as a special consultant at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Grunge Goth, Hipster Grunge, Diana Vreeland, Richard Avedon, Fashion Idol, Fashion Editor, 70s Fashion, Over The Top, Twiggy

"Color Icons" Diana Vreeland

Emerald Carroll, our new associate in Manhattan, suggested I start a series of blog posts on “Color Icons”. With such a colorful name, I decided to follow her advice. The “Color Icons” posts will be featuring individuals who have left their mark on the world due to their specific interest, passion, research, and writings on color. I am starting the series with Diana Vreeland, a woman of exceptional personal style and a deep love for the color red. Image: Diana's Dining Room Diana Vreeland…

"I always wear my sweater back-to-front;" Diana Vreeland Photography by Arnold Newman Diana Vreeland, Harper's Bazaar, Still Life Images, Pose, Environmental Portraits, New York, Great Love Stories, Portrait Inspiration, Style Inspiration

Scala Regia Inspirational Archives

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Loulou de la Falaise In this madcap French-English beauty started working side-by-side with Saint Laurent as an accessories designer and in-house muse. She was, Saint Laurent, told Vogue, féerique, or elfin. Yves Saint Laurent, Looks Cool, Looks Style, Le Smoking, Look Retro, Moda Vintage, Mode Inspiration, Fashion Inspiration, Mode Style

A Tribute to the Iconic Style of Loulou de la Falaise, Muse to Yves Saint Laurent

Loulou de la Falaise, the iconic muse and collaboratrice of Yves Saint Laurent died yesterday. She was 63. In a 2002 New Yorker article about Yves Saint Laurent, writer Judith Thurman called "the quintessential Rive Gauche haute bohémienne" by the New Yorker, de la Falaise's style served as the inspiration for YSL's Le Smoking suit and YSL's classic sheer blouse, a style de la Falaise often wore herself. In addition to serving as muse and constant companion to Yves Saint Laurent, de la…

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Aquellos maravillosos 50´s

Cuántos/as de nosotras nos hemos sorprendido aceptando cosas que un día juramos y perjuramos no ponernos. Un día nos levantamos, lo vemo...

Yves Saint Laurent and the house models of Maison Dior Christian Dior, Spring 1958 Couture Photo Sabine Weiss Vintage Glamour, Dior Vintage, Moda Vintage, Vintage Mode, Vintage Couture, Vintage Beauty, 50s Vintage, Foto Fashion, Fashion Moda


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Audrey Hepburn was famous for making capri pants stylish (especially paired with cute ballet flats). She also rode a bike! Now you can channel a bit of Audrey s Audrey Hepburn Outfit, Audrey Hepburn Mode, Audrey Hepburn Inspired, Audrey Hepburn Bangs, Audrey Hepburn Fashion, Sabrina Audrey Hepburn, Audrey Hepburn Photos, Cycle Chic, Mae West

Kim Kardashian recreates classic Audrey Hepburn pose in all-black

It's hard to say what was more of a change - the ponytail and fringe or the sensible flat shoes - as Kim rode in circles in Miami.

There is something so romantic about retro train travel. 'Vintage Train Travel H. - There is something so romantic about retro train travel. Vintage Glamour, Vintage Love, Vintage Ads, Hermes Vintage, Vintage Style, Vintage Decor, Vintage Market, Retro Style, Foto Fashion

El tren: de pasajero, la nostalgia

Viajar era una experiencia muy diferente a sobrevivir a un vuelo de Ryanair. Antes, el traslado era parte del viaje, disfrutabas del camino antes de llegar a disfrutar del destino al que te dirigías. Para empezar, antes no habían aviones. ¿Cómo se viajaba entonces? A pie, a caballo, en barco o en tren. …