Green and Venice were only two of Diana Vreeland’s “obsessions,” which are retraced in “Diana Vreeland After Diana Vreeland,” an exhibition that opened March 10 and will run through June 25. It is the first major show dedicated to the legendary fashion editor, and one that was not conceived as a retrospective but as a critical snapshot of Vreeland’s work.
In her lifetime, legendary fashion editor Diana Vreeland had a passionate love affair with Venice, so it’s only fitting that the first major show devoted to her work would be housed within the lush confines of the city’s Palazzo Fortuny.
On display at Diana Vreeland After Diana Vreeland are stunning pieces from luminaries such as Yves Saint Laurent, Missoni, Emilio Pucci, Chanel, Irene Galitzine, Valentino, and Paco Rabanne, some culled from Vreeland’s own closet and some on loan from private collections or the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute…
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