New York City
Diana Vreeland, the legendary and outrageous editor of Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue, was the 20th century’s greatest arbiter of style and elegance. She was also uniquely creative, a powerhouse of resource, and a shrewd businesswoman hellbent on survival. Recently fired from Vogue and courted by Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute, Vreeland shares her extraordinary life from her glamorous home while making her next career decision and preparing for the evening’s petite dinner party – to which you’re invited. Do dress well.