If you liked The September Issue, do not miss the latest fashion documentary, Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel. In it you will discover the real Diana, throughout her long and controversial career, which lasted from late 1930 to early 70s.
Early columnist in Harper‘s Bazaar, she became soon the first fashion editor in the world. Daring and curious as anyone, Vreeland published the first bikini, popularized jeans and discovered Lauren Bacall, Verushka and Lauren Hutton, among many others.
She jumped to Vogue because of money. Vreeland worked there until the age of 70, when she was fired and fell into a deep depression. Later, we would see her organizing the best fashion exhibitions at Metropolitan Museum. Because there is only one Vreeland.