Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel

(boots Elizabeth and James, scarf H&M;, leather jacket Mango, purse Moni Moni)

I spent the last few days in San Francisco & the bay area. Went up to a film festival to see an amazing documentary (that I’m about to tell you all about) and turned it into a mini vacation. One of my best friends Caroline (pictured above), her great grandmother is the famous late Diana Vreeland. The film, Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel is a documentary made by her family and is currently receiving great remarks from the festival circuit from Venice to Toronto. It will be coming out in theaters in March 2012.
I had the wonderful opportunity of going to see it with their whole family. It’s incredible and beyond inspirational and I undoubtedly recommend that everyone must see it. With interviews from Manolo Blahnik, to Diane Von Furstenberg, to Oscar de la Renta, it’s really a historical view on the world of fashion as we know it. Although it will probably make you feel like whatever hard work you are doing, just isn’t enough lol. There’s also a book just released by the same name, so until you can get to see the film definitely pick up the book.
It was a fun little getaway. We rented a bright red convertible Mustang which was so much fun and cruised the city. I really love San Francisco. The weather was a nice change from LA… actually got to wear scarfs and leather jackets for a good purpose. Although I didn’t fair to well with the rain as you can probably see above lol. I picked up this scarf/thing/notreallysurewhatitis at H&M; a few months ago and have been waiting to wear it. It took me a good 15 minutes to figure out what exactly to do with it but I got it figured out and really love it.

October 11, 2011
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Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel


  1. Marie says:

    Hey gorgeous! Glad you liked my area – nothing beats the Bay in October :)

    You look absolutely stunning!

    Dirty Pink Cardigan


  2. Such enchanting photos of SF, glad you had such a lovely time there. Looking super chic as always, girl!


  3. san fran is magic! your pics make me rembember my faboulous trip in the amazing california!San fran is one of my fav place! I've been in every single place you show on your photos ;), exepet the festival film place! you're lucky beauty!

    xoxo from france

  4. SAMANTHA says:

    That first photo is LITERALLY incredible. beautiful post


  5. Vasilieva says:

    absolutely stunning shots, you look amazing


  6. Arantza says:

    I love the pictures!!!

  7. Lucia says:

    amazing photos, very inspiring, i neeeeeeed to go to these places!

  8. wow, that first picture is BREATHTAKING! I've always wanted to travel up that way but never have :(

    XO Sahra

  9. PinkGlitter says:

    Great pictures. Love the first one!

  10. Lainey says:

    Where did you get your matte liquid leggings. I've been wanting a pair for so long. Love this look.

  11. I love those boots. I can't figure out how that scarf works but it looks great.


  12. that scarf and those books are gorgeous! I love the outfits and the scenery is to die for!


  13. FashionFlirt says:

    Such a lovely outfit and great photos!

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    xoxo from germany, Jasmin

  14. thestyleflux says:

    What a great place! I love your outfit :)

    Fashion Blogger
    Twitter: @thestyleflux

  15. Anonymous says:

    nice smile!!!

  16. i adore your boots.

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    Please follow me if you're not already. I'd love to get more followers! I'll follow you back.

  17. Stacey says:

    Gorgoeus photos! it looks so beautiful in SF! I've been searching for that scarf in H&M; for ages since I saw it on 9to5chic but I haven't been able to find it yet :(



  18. Elle says:

    LOVE your ankle boots! :)♥♥♥

    xx Elle from http://talonsetbonbons.blogspot.com/

  19. Low says:

    Amazing pictures babe!!! You look stunning in any outfit and place!!!
    Hope you'll win Mango's contest!!!

    XOXO from Spain!! 


  20. Laura_Fash says:

    Jeez, the scenario background on these pictures is just breathtaking!
    Have a nice weekend dear!

  21. Patrizia says:

    Hey you look great in all the photos! Im glad that you had such a nice time and the documentary sounds really interesting! I think I will take a look at the book :D


  22. WOW! Those pictures look amazing! Love them! Love your casual outfit too!


  23. Love the H&M; scarf! Saw someone wearing it the other day but more as a poncho kind of thing. Also love those brown boots. ~jen

  24. Uliana says:

    Ohh, I love your blog! You're so pretty :)


  25. You look amazing in San Fran! Great pics, love the jacket! Happy friday! XO Rebecca


  26. Great photos of San Francisco!

  27. Diva In Me says:

    I like your 1st picture very much..the scenery is so beautiful..

  28. Dolly says:

    amazing post! I love the outfit and this thing, scarf is awesome, it can be paird in so many ways!
    And pictures of SF are wonderful!
    Dolly, xo
    Unicorns, Heels and American Dreams

  29. Miss Mary says:

    Baby, you look amazing* I sooooo like it*

  30. beckymonster says:

    I love your zip up collar thing :)
    and those pics are so awesome, makes me want to visit SF soon.

  31. Those are amazing pictures, San Francisco is so lucky to have you bring these fabulous looks to them! I also echo the sentiment, San Francisco is the Fall is magical.

  32. nice look!
    you look so chic and those shoes are too cute
    now following you :)


  33. I love everything about this post!

  34. Karen U. says:

    I really dig the first picture!

  35. Yolandaas says:

    Great pictures x

  36. Perfect outfit and beautiful pics! Following :)

    xo Ashleigh


  37. No one likes a straight road but the man who pays for it, or who, when he travels, is brute enough to wish to get to his journey's end.

  38. While I meditate on the gulf towards which I travelled, and reflect on my youthful disobedience, for these things I weep, mine eye runneth down with water.

  39. It was such ecstacy to dream, and dream – till you got a bite.

    A scorpion bite. Then the first duty was to get up out of the grass and kill the scorpion; and the next to bathe the bitten place with alcohol or brandy; and the next to resolve to keep out of the grass in the future. Then came an adjournment to the bedchamber and the pastime of writing up the day's journal with one hand and the destruction of mosquitoes with the other – a whole community of them at a slap. Then, observing an enemy approaching – a hairy tarantula on stilts – why not set the spittoon on him? It is done, and the projecting ends of his paws give a luminous idea of the magnitude of his reach. Then to bed and become a promenade for a centipede with forty-two legs on a side and every foot hot enough to burn a whole through a raw-hide. More soaking with alcohol, and a resolution to examine the bed before entering it, in future. Then wait, and suffer, till all the mosquitoes in the neighborhood have crawled in under the bar, then slip out quickly, shut them in and sleep peacefully on the floor till morning. Meantime, it is comforting to curse the tropics in occasional wakeful intervals.

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