The late Diana Vreeland, the visionary editor who transformed Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue, is being celebrated this week in an event appropriately featuring San Francisco’s own favorite fashionista, philanthropist Joy Venturini Bianchi.
“For me, fashion is more of a spiritual philosophy, and I think it was true for Vreeland, too,” says Bianchi, who appears at the Castro Theatre on Wednesday for a special screening of the 2012 documentary “Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel.” Read More
Seemingly every big name from the 20th-century fashion world has something to say about the groundbreaking editor who ruled Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue from the 1930s into the late ’60s.
In part, that’s what makes “Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel” so much fun.
Richard Avedon, Diane von Furstenberg, Lauren Hutton, Calvin Klein and Oscar de la Renta are just a handful among dozens whose comments resonate in the entertaining and educational documentary. Read More