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Fri Mar 21 17:06:08 2014 UTClccn-n500131400.14Diana Vreeland the eye has to travel0.300.92Property from the Estate of Diana D. Vreeland : [auction catalogue]14778100Diana_Vreelandn 5001314048624D. V. (Diana Vreeland)V., D. (Diana Vreeland)ヴリーランド, ダイアナブリーランド, ダイアナlccn-n80044369Hemphill, Christopheredtlccn-n50019948Plimpton, Georgeedtlccn-n2005075561Stuart, Amanda Mackenzielccn-n81147199Costume Institute (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n2011017363Vreeland, Lisa Immordinodrtlccn-n50032382Carter, Ernestinelccn-n93075114Dwight, Eleanorlccn-n80086580Penn, Irvingilllccn-n88641443McConathy, Dalelccn-n84092242Talley, André LeonVreeland, DianaHistoryBiographyExhibition catalogsPictorial worksRecords and correspondenceCatalogsUnited StatesVreeland, DianaFashion editorsFashionClothing and dressFashion designersFrance--ParisFranceCostume designSaint Laurent, YvesWomen periodical editorsCostumeMotion picturesCalifornia--Los Angeles--HollywoodTalley, André LeonDavis, Bennie Francis,African American fashion editorsFashion photographyDelaunay, SoniaArt, AbstractWomenPhotography of womenWomen--PortraitsFashion merchandisingPostersEuropeManners and customsCivilizationPeriodical editorsFashion drawingCostume designersWomen journalistsFashion designNew York (State)--New YorkCostume Institute (New York, N.Y.)Costume museumsBallet--CostumeBallets russesDiaghilev, Serge,JewelryPortrait photographyArt objectsSchlumberger, Jean,Schlumberger, JeanCelebritiesPhotography, ArtisticFashion and artJewelry--Private collectionsArt objects, EuropeanArt--Prices1903198919541964197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198919901991199319941996199719992001200220032004200920102011201220138677133258746.920924TT505.V74ocn461720312ocn461877628ocn440348703ocn464049034ocn463123862ocn854715538ocn689998393ocn084694156ocn8628489806422ocn003498437book19770.28Carter, ErnestineThe changing world of fashion; 1900 to the presentHistory5766ocn002965944book19770.33Penn, IrvingInventive Paris clothes, 1909-1939 : a photographic essayHistory5358ocn002188977book19760.31McConathy, DaleHollywood costume : glamour, glitter, romanceHistory5065ocn009969083book19830.27Saint Laurent, YvesYves Saint LaurentHistoryBiographyPictorial worksExhibition catalogs"Retrospective exhibition of twenty-five years of ... [Yves Saint Laurent's] work ... This book, published in connection with the exhibition, features over two hundred of Saint Laurent's couture designs, more than seventy in full color ... Also included is a fully illustrated survey of Saint Laurent's work photographed in black and white by Pierre Boulat and Nicholas Vreeland, supplemented by historically important photographs published in the fashion magazines of the era taken by such renowned photographers as Richard Avedon, Irving Penn, Bert Stern, Neal Barr, and Bill King"--Cover45911ocn006222442book19800.27Vreeland, DianaAllurePictorial worksDiana Vreeland becommentarieert met allure foto's, vooral uit de wereld van mode en society, en haalt herinneringen op+-+54327767354195ocn015096623book19860.39Delaunay, SoniaSonia Delaunay : art into fashionHistory+-+71166125353156ocn824566602visu20120.19Diana Vreeland : the eye has to travelHistoryBiographyDuring Diana Vreeland's fifty-year reign as the "Empress of Fashion," she launched Twiggy, advised Jackie Onassis, and established countless trends that have withstood the test of time. An intimate portrait and a vibrant celebration of one of the most influential women of the twentieth century, an enduring icon who has had a strong influence on the course of fashion, beauty, publishing and culture1863ocn001195836book19750.32Vogue poster book1767ocn009044268book19820.70Jullian, PhilippeLa Belle Epoque : an essayHistoryExhibition catalogs1086ocn002073148book19750.76Vreeland, DianaAmerican women of style : an exhibitionBiographyExhibition catalogs866ocn001218772book19740.79Costume Institute (New York, N.Y.)Romantic and glamorous Hollywood design : the Costume Institute, the Metropolitan Museum of Art : [catalogue of an exhibitionExhibition catalogs7110ocn028606925book19540.79Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)The 10's, the 20's, the 30's; inventive clothes, 1909-1939HistoryBiographyExhibition catalogs281ocn038944523book19770.59Costume Institute (New York, N.Y.)Vanity fairHistoryExhibition catalogs282ocn004801666book19780.73Diaghilev : costumes & designs of the Ballets Russes : [exhibition] the Metropolitan Museum of ArtExhibition catalogs203ocn014643667book19780.56Penn, IrvingLes belles robes de Paris, 1909-1939 : essai photographiqueHistory85ocn475088937book19840.21Vreeland, DianaD.V.BiographyThe best-selling autobiography of this century's most formidable arbiter of elegance, Diana Vreeland.. As fashion editor of Harper's Bazaar and editor-in-chief of Vogue , Diana Vreeland--and her passion, charm, insouciance, and genius for style--energized and inspired the fashion world for fifty years. In this glittering autobiography she takes us around the world with her, revealing her obsession with fashion high and low--pink plastic poodles, for example--and dropping timeless sayings like, "As you know, the French like the French very much." A fabulous, witty read+-+581763158581ocn079777444book19750.81Vreeland, DianaInventive clothes, 1909-1939 = Gendai ifuku no genryū tenHistoryExhibition catalogs72ocn064147241book19840.35Saint Laurent, YvesYves Saint LaurentHistoryExhibition catalogs71ocn020776284book19760.70Schlumberger, JeanJean SchlumbergerHistoryCatalogs71ocn724763182book20110.27Vreeland, DianaAllure der Roman meines Lebens134815ocn010606379book19840.21Vreeland, DianaD.V.BiographyAn autobiography of the life and times of the woman who has reigned as fashion editor of Harper's Bazaar and editor-inchief of Vogue magazine+-+41225315858136ocn795757165book20120.18Stuart, Amanda MackenzieEmpress of fashion : a life of Diana VreelandBiographyThis rare glimpse into the life of the innovative fashion editor of Harper's Bazaar and the legendary editor-in-chief of Vogue who, redefining women's sense of beauty and style, launched the careers of such timeless beauties as Lauren Bacall and Lauren Hutton, explores her originality, her tenacity and her inimitable sensibility6275ocn049525821book20020.23Dwight, EleanorDiana VreelandBiographyComplemented by more than three hundred photographs and illustrations, a portrait of the fashion editor discusses her work with Harper's Bazaar, Vogue, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and numerous celebrities and assesses her seminal role in shaping the fashion history of the twentieth century+-+43578571554896ocn050559977book20030.22Talley, André LeonA.L.T. : a memoirBiographyThe editor-at-large for "Vogue" describes his odyssey from North Carolina to the heights of the fashion world, reflecting on how his life was influenced by his maternal grandmother, Bennie Frances Davis, and Diana Vreeland, his mentor+-+23735002852853ocn707628123book20110.25Vreeland, Lisa ImmordinoDiana Vreeland : the eye has to travelBiography"Called "The High Priestess of Fashion," Diana Vreeland was an American original whose impact on fashion and style in her time was legendary. This volume chronicles fifty years of international fashion and Vreeland's life"--+-+18924456352231ocn050101421book20020.50Voss, FrederickWomen of our time : an album of twentieth-century photographsBiographyPictorial worksExhibition catalogsThe time frame for this book is the twentieth century, where the women featured were instrumental and significant in their achievements+-+04169430361081ocn036671353book19970.47Hampton, MarkFull gallopDrama+-+1580677735871ocn819519595book20130.18Stuart, Amanda MackenzieDiana Vreeland : empress of fashion : with 30 illustrationsBiographyThis rare glimpse into the life of the innovative fashion editor of Harper's Bazaar and the legendary editor-in-chief of Vogue who, redefining women's sense of beauty and style, launched the careers of such timeless beauties as Lauren Bacall and Lauren Hutton, explores her originality, her tenacity and her inimitable sensibility781ocn858932355book20130.28Vreeland, DianaMemos : the Vogue years, 1962-1971Records and correspondenceOverzicht in woord en beeld van meer dan 250 stukken uit de correspondentie van het mode-icoon en columniste uit de jaren dat zij voor het tijdschrift Vogue werkte761ocn048381874book20010.31Esten, JohnDiana Vreeland Bazaar years : including 100 audacious Why don't yous--?Pictorial works+-+6271584325533ocn781500801book20120.53Clark, JudithDiana Vreeland after Diana VreelandHistoryBiographyExhibition catalogsThe fashion exhibitionist: an insightful look at Vreeland's iconic life. One of the legenday figures of the fashion world, Vreeland began her career at Harper's Bazaar, where her monthly column, "Why Don't You?," dared her readers to take control of their lives, take risks, and live dreams they didn't even know they had501ocn029315100book19930.76Martin, RichardDiana Vreeland : immoderate styleHistoryExhibition catalogs392ocn833779151visu20120.19Diana Vreeland : the eye has to travelHistoryBiography"Diana Vreeland : the eye has to travel is an intimate portrait and vibrant celebration of one of the most influential women of the 20th Century, an enduring icon whose influence changed the face of fashion, beauty, art, publishing and culture. A vivacious and larger-than-life character, Vreeland was the groundbreaking fashion editor at Harper's Bazaar (1936-1962) and editor in chief at Vogue (1962-1971), where she dazzled the world with her imaginative and exotic fashion spreads, weaving glamour, fantasy and personality into these once stagnant magazines. Vreeland helped launch and advance the careers of many cultural icons including Oscar de la Renta, Diane von Furstenberg, Manolo Blahnik, Missoni, Richard Avedon, David Bailey and Twiggy, and was instrumental in shaping Jackie O's signature look. The eye has to travel follows Vreeland's fabled and inspiring global journey to becoming 'The Empress of Fashion', from the Belle Époque of Paris, Roaring Twenties in New York, Swinging Sixties in London and beyond."--Container361ocn004426244book19770.59Costume Institute (New York, N.Y.)Vanity fairHistoryExhibition catalogs121ocn836696482visu20120.14Diana Vreeland the eye has to travelBiographyDiana Vreeland wasn't just a tastemaker; she created the whole idea of tastemaking. She was the oracle of style, a woman who defined the way we looked at couture. Across a career that spanned half a century, she edited Harper's Bazaar and Vogue, discovered Lauren Bacall (and innumerable others) and was style consultant to Jackie Onassis101ocn753302034book20110.21Vreeland, Lisa ImmordinoDiana VreelandBiography+-+189244563581ocn080631457book20010.81Vreeland, DianaVreeland memos : visionaire 37Records and correspondence52ocn858533198book20130.18Stuart, Amanda MackenzieDiana Vreeland : empress of fashionBiographyAs an editor, curator and wit, Diana Vreeland made a lasting mark and remains an icon for generations of fashion lovers. During her fifty-year reign as the "Empress of Fashion", she launched Twiggy, advised Jackie O and coined some of fashions most eloquent proverbs, such as the bikini is the biggest thing since the atom bomb31ocn081632034book19870.47The Diana Vreeland collection of fashion jewelry : auction, Wednesday, October 21, 1987 at 10:15 a.m. : exhibition, Friday, October 16Catalogs21ocn428020884book19900.92Sotheby's (Firm)Property from the Estate of Diana D. Vreeland : [auction catalogue]Catalogs+-+7116612535+-+7116612535Fri Mar 21 15:42:42 EDT 2014batch26481