Diana Vreeland

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I recently watched the new documentary, Diana Vreeland: the Eye Has to Travel, and was so inspired by her.  I hate to admit it but before watching it all I really knew about her was that she was/is a major fashion icon.  It was a beautiful, inspiring documentary and I really felt like I could relate to her on so many levels.  If you're looking for something to add to your Netflix queue I would highly recommend it.  With the exception of the animation at the very end I would easily give it 5 stars.  I loved the documentary so much that I've ordered her autobiography, D.V.   I cannot wait to start reading her autobiography!

Also, I finished reading What Remains by Carole Radziwill last week.  It was such a good book and so well written.  I would highly recommend this as well.  Just make sure you keep a box of Kleenex with you.
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The Goods 3.8.13

Sort of a random assortment of items on the wishlist today.  What can I say?  The heart wants what the heart wants.  Okay, maybe not that serious.  I'll continue.

1.  Native Breeze Coverup  I LOVE this dress. This dress would be beautiful by the pool, the beach, practically anywhere.  You know I love a tassel.  This is one I definitely plan to purchase soon.

2.  Taj Mahal, India, Vogue 1956  So beautiful.  Enough said.

3.  Sofia Settee  I love this little sofa.  It would look great in so many places in my house, and it's such a classic piece.

Have a great weekend!  Mwah!

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