Empress of Fashion: A Life of Diana Vreeland

Born into a family of privilege, Diana Dalziel Vreeland grew up amid the fashionable of New York's Upper East Side. With a famously alluring mother and a classically beautiful sister, young Diana often felt isolated and unloved. But she was saved from her unhappy childhood by her audacious imagination as well as the grit and determination that would shape her extraordinary life.

Talent-spotted by legendary editor Carmel Snow in 1936, Diana joined Harper's Bazaar as a

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Publisher:HarperCollins
ISBN:9780062098023
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Words: 147,080
Unique Words: 9,636
Avg Sentence (words): 21.71
Avg Word (chars): 4.46
Chapters: 26
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Adult Reading Time:9:48
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Reading Level:10.4
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