DV AT WORK (HARPER'S BAZAAR 1947)
In regards to the beginning of her career:
"Into this creative world burst Diana Vreeland, a superenergetic and imaginative force who had been fascinated by fashion since childhood and had a profound understanding of how to make the most of one's looks. She quickly became an important voice at the magazine, setting high, even excessive, standards for the kind of clothes that were shown and in the way they were represented. She favored designs that were at once natural and elegant, and knew how to brilliantly stage a sitting with photographers like Louise Dahl Wolfe, another strong personality with whom she worked well."
-- Excerpt, DIANA VREELAND by Eleanor Dwight
Model Lisa Fonssagrives with DV & Photographer Louise Dahl Wolfe in 1947