"Visionaire 37 Vreeland Memos" 2002

[150] pp.

Visionaire Publishing


9" x 11 1/2"

37 VREELAND MEMOS synthesizes an archive of Diana Vreeland's memos contributed by Richard Avedon. Dating from 1966 to 1972, the memos, which were dictated to Vreeland’s secretary from the sanctuary of her bathroom each morning, covered topics ranging from the wacky (the use of freckles or the utter importance of dog collars, for example) to the divine (the genius of Halston). The Vreeland memos provide a rare glimpse inside the mind of one of the most influential women in fashion history. With help from Alexander Vreeland and David Remnick at The New Yorker, we received permission from Conde Nast to publish nearly 150 of the memos in an edition of 4,000

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