Moving up the editorial ladder, Vreeland became the magazine’s fashion editor, a post she held until the early 1960s. At Harper’s Bazaar, she established herself as one of the country’s leading arbiters of style.
In 1962, Diana Vreeland joined the staff of Vogue, as editor in chief. At Vogue, she continued to be a powerful force in the fashion world.
While she left Vogue in 1971, Diana Vreeland did not leave the fashion world. She worked as a consultant for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, putting together fashion exhibitions. Vreeland died on August 22, 1989.
Here’s a few of her Why Don’t You? quotes:
“There’s only one very good life and that’s the life you know you want and you make it yourself.”
― Diana Vreeland