As a little girl in Paris, Diana Vreeland loved to read and dance, and most of all dress up. Her love of originality persisted through her career in fashion at Harper's Bazaar, Vogue, and the Met, where her work was colourful, zany, and never, ever boring. This title captures Vreeland's larger-than-life personality with an infectiously extravagant tone and style, showing young readers that above dazzling and daring, being yourself makes the most lasting impact of all.
ISBN 9781648960635. Princeton Architectural Press. hb. 46 pages. 26 colour ills. 20.3 x 27.3 cm.