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Vreeland Via Venice

In her lifetime, legendary fashion editor Diana Vreeland had a passionate love affair with Venice, so it’s only fitting that the first major show devoted to her work would be housed within the lush confines of the city’s Palazzo Fortuny. On display at Diana Vreeland After Diana Vreeland  are stunning pieces from luminaries such as Yves Saint Laurent, Missoni, Emilio Pucci, Chanel, Irene Galitzine, Valentino, and Paco Rabanne, some culled from Vreeland’s own closet and some on loan from private collections or the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, where Vreeland was a consultant from 1971 until her death in 1989, as well as books and magazines from the editor’s library and portraits by Christian Bérard and Cecil Beaton.   

During her tenure at the Met, she organized multiple exhibitions and helped shape the course of this acclaimed wing in one of the world’s greatest museums. During her years at Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue, Vreeland was instrumental in ushering in a new, more casual era of fashion, discovering influential stars such as Lauren Bacall and Edie Sedgwick. 

 

 

Now you can see her handiwork in person as you stroll the marbled floors of the Palazzo Fortuny. Breathe deep:  in honor of Vreeland’s affinity for gorgeous scents, world-famous perfumer Frédéric Malle has created a special sandalwood fragrance that will be sprayed throughout the exhibit. xx Ashley Churchill

Diana Vreeland After Diana Vreeland

Palazzo Fortuny

Campo San Beneto, Venice 30124

011 39 041 520 90 70

Runs through June 25th, 2012

 

Photos: Courtesy of WWD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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