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Two Galleries and The Artist: Lorcan O'Neill Gallery and Mat Collishaw in Rome

There is food for eating and there is food for thought.  This is a shot of Via de’ Catinari, Rome, and, despite what their body language might impress, these people were actually hanging about and taking part in an ‘event’ — they weren’t being bored. 1,057 more words

The cost of prettiness

Prettiness is not a rent you pay for occupying a space marked ‘female’.

—Diana Vreeland

I’d never thought much about the costs of personal grooming until I watched 

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Why Don't You...

For those readers who don’t know who Diana Vreeland is, I will attempt to quickly  summarize what she did for fashion. She worked for Harper’s Bazaar for almost 30 years, was the Editor of American Vogue 1963-1971, and organized exhibitions for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.  128 more words


why don't you

Diana Vreeland’s publishing career began in 1936 at Harper’s Bazaar with a column called Why Don’t You? Here is a list of my own why don’t you’s…. 141 more words


first day of school

My mom took my best friend Cassidy & I to see Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel a few years ago. We traveled 50 miles to see it in the theater & we absolutely loved it! 259 more words


WHO DO YOU WANT TO BE TODAY? The Psychology of Fashion

A woman is walking along the street. A sharp click of a heel, a textured coat, a to-die-for tote…what she is wearing catches everybody’s eyes. Her look appears effortless, but there is a conscious superiority about it. 1,187 more words