Diana Vreeland, if you don't know was the Anna Wintour of the 60's. An editor for Vogue from 1963 to 1971, with her experience starting as a columnist at Harper's Bazaar. Vreeland became legendary, and famous for expressive words, like "unshined shoes are the end of civilization", "style - all who have it share one thing: originality", and "give them what they never knew they wanted". And now, Diana Vreeland grandson, Alexander Vreeland is doing just that. He has created a set of luxe fragrances inspired by his grandmothers style, passion, and extravagance. Not only are the scents amazing, but so are the bottles; colorful and classy.
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