Innovative. Legendary. Unique. Diana Vreeland will always be the one-and-only “High Priestess of Fashion.” In “Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel,” author Lisa Vreeland brings the legend of her grandmother-in-law to life in a large-format book dedicated to the international tastemaker and fashion figure.

The first of its kind, the book is a visually-stunning compilation of over 350 illustrations, magazine spreads and photographs, spanning the five decades of Mrs. Vreeland’s career. Beginning with her position as Fashion Editor at Harper’s Bazaar, through her years as Editor-in-Chief at Vogue, and later at The Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, “Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel” is a showcase of Mrs. Vreeland’s unbridled creativity and steadfast fashion ideals. Short anecdotes and insights from famous friends and collaborators, like Jackie O and Richard Avedon, lend insight into the woman behind the genius, and essays by Lally Weymouth, Judith Thurman and Judith Clark delve deeper into her undeniable impact on American fashion.

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