Category:Diana Vreeland

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Diana Vreeland (1903 – 1989) was a noted columnist and editor in the field of fashion.

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Diana Vreeland 
American magazine editor
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Name in native languageDiana Vreeland
Date of birth29 September 1903, 29 July 1906
Paris
Date of death22 August 1989, 2 August 1989
New York City
Manner of death
  • natural causes
Cause of death
Work period (start)1936
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Position held
  • editor-in-chief
Father
  • Frederick Young Dalziel
Mother
  • Emily Key Hoffman
Child
  • Frederick Vreeland
  • Thomas Reed Vreeland, Jr.
Spouse
  • Thomas Reed Vreeland (1924–)
Award received
Official website
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