Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Diana Vreeland

Diana Vreeland(July 29, 1903 - August 22, 1989) was a noted columnist and editor in the field of fashion. She worked for the fashion magazines Harper's Bazaar and Vogue and the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Her publishing career began in 1937 as columnist for Harper‘s Bazaar
1937 她做为时尚巴莎的专栏作家开始了她的出版物事业
In the early spring of 1936, Carmel Snow, the legendary editor of Harper's Bazaar, watched as a young, dark-haired woman glided across the dance floor at the St. Regis hotel. She wore a white Chanel lace dress with a bolero and roses in her jet-black hair; her high cheekbones were heavily rouged. Snow was entranced and offered the woman a job. And the rest is fashion history
1936 早春, Carmel Snow, 时尚巴莎的传奇主编, 看着这个年轻, 黑头发的女人在瑞吉酒店的舞厅翩翩起舞. 她穿着香奈儿的蕾丝裙波莱罗女上衣乌黑的头上戴着玫瑰; 高颧骨上打着重重的腮红. Snow 进来并给了她一份工作. 时尚界的历史就这样开始了
From 1937 until her resignation 1962, Diana Vreeland ran a column for Harper's Bazaar called "Why Don't You?"("Why don't you.... Turn your child into an Infanta for a fancy-dress party?")
1937-1962 辞职 Diana Vreeland 运行时尚巴莎的"为什么你不...?"专栏 (为什么你不让你的孩子在宴会中变身公主?)
She joined Vogue in 1963 She was editor-in-chief until 1971
1963 她加入Vogue 成为主编 直到 1971

‘When fashion turns over it brings in little tiny cracks and creaks. That is the fascination and that is where you have to watch every step.’
'当时尚运转起来会发出细微的破裂声和吱吱作响. 这就是魅力所在而且这就是每一步你所要注意到的.'
‘It is very easy to do what everybody does. It is very hard to select and use only the best.’
– Diana Vreeland, from her two final and last Vogue memos, Feb 2 and Feb 3, 1971. From Visionaire’s ‘Diana Vreeland Memos’
-Diana Vreeland, 在Vogue最后的两条备忘录,02/02, 02/03, 1971.
Diana Vreeland in Vogue Office 1965
When Carrie Donovan tried to warn her boss that the businessmen at Condé Nast were finding Vreeland's editorial style too costly and her message out of touch with the times, the older editor replied, "'Oh, I'm used to it. . . . I know how to handle those men. When they get this way, you just give it to them back.'"
当 Carrie Donovan 试图警告她的老板, 康泰纳仕的生意人们发觉 Vreeland 的编辑风过于昂贵并且她的信息与时代脱节, 这位老主编回应, " '噢, 我已经习惯了...我知道怎么对付这些男人. 若他们这么说, 你就把这个问题丢回给他们.'"
After she was fired from Vogue, she became consultant to the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 1971. At 69, Vreeland was about to begin the most successful act of her career
1971 在她被 Vogue 开除后, 她成为大都会艺术博物馆的服装学院顾问. 69岁的 Vreeland 将要开展她职业生涯中最成功的举动
Diana Vreeland in Venice, 1973
Diana Vreeland, Andy Warhol and Fred Hughes in Piazza San Marco Venice, 1973
Ralph Lauren & Diana Vreeland, New York 1984
Diana and Yves Saint Laurent
Diana and Valentino
Diana and Calvin Klein
Diana and Jackie Onassis
Diana and Kenny Jay Lane
On March 1, 1924, Diana Dalziel married Thomas Reed Vreeland, a banker, at St. Thomas' Church in New York, with whom she would have two sons: Tim (Thomas Reed Vreeland Jr.) born 1925 and Frecky (Frederick Dalziel Vreeland) born 1927
1924/03/01 Diana Dalziel 嫁给 Thomas Reed Vreeland, 银行家, 在纽约圣托马斯教堂, 他俩有俩个儿子: Tim (Thomas Reed Vreeland Jr.) 1925生 和 Frecky (Frederick Dalziel Vreeland) 1927生 
Vreeland Family
Diana Vreeland and her Husband Reed Vreeland
In 1955, the Vreelands moved to a new apartment which was decorated exclusively in red
1955 Vreeland 一家搬到新的住所,这个住所全用红色装饰
She said, "I want this place to look like a garden, but a garden in hell."
她说, "我要这个地方看起来象花园,但是地狱里的花园."

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