Friday, November 9, 2012

5 x double passes...Diana Vreeland film

Post a comment below if you want a double pass to the film about fashion visionary Diana Vreeland. Open to those in New Zealand, and film opens in Rialto cinemas Nov 17 - so be in now!!

Diana Vreeland was a fashion visionary whose impact was legendary, influencing and creating the style of such icons as Twiggy, Jacqueline Onassis, Lauren Bacall and many others. Over the course of 25 years beginning in 1937, when she started writing for Harper’s Bazaar, Vreeland established herself as a controversial iconoclast with an astonishing ability to invent and discover fashion ideas, designers, personalities, and photographers. In the ‘60s Vreeland moved to become editor-in-chief at Vogue where she defined the fashion of the era. DIANA VREELAND: THE EYE HAS TO TRAVEL guides us from Paris to New York to London and through Vreeland’s life, adventures, accomplishments and passions.

My wife has seen this film and she said it's a " must see. " 

“Few names conjure ‘style’ with the zest of Diana Vreeland...the relish with which she championed creativity, fro Yves Saint Laurent to Mick Jagger, made her the oracle of style.” – Variety.



12 comments:

Lily Lai said...

Diana Vreeland > Anna Wintour

Mahoney said...

Yes please - I want to be transported into a world of fashion, fabulousness with a bit of ruthlessness thrown in for good measure.

Annabelle said...

What a wonderful sounding movie.

Aimee said...

Count me in, please!

Orlene Enoka said...

I would love to see this movie, learning about how the fashion industry was shaped is so interesting! =]

Charlotte Darling said...

Yes! Yes! Yes!

Chizelle said...

Would love this :)

Rachael Naidu said...

YAY me. It would be such an inspiration to win the tickets!

CK said...

What an icon!

Jason adam said...

Thanks for sharing with us and i hope in future you also update us.

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