You gotta have style," said fashion legend Diana Vreeland. "It helps you get down the stairs. It helps you get up in the morning." Vreeland may have been talking about clothes. But your home can have that same style too.
The domestic diva had a dewy glow and a warm smile as she took in all of the delicious interiors at this year's event. I know because I was literally behind her most of the night as I walked through the lushly decorated mansion.
The women we look up to in the arts -- from New York City Ballet's Wendy Whelan soaring above the stage at Lincoln Center to action hero Elizabeth Streb scaling a building in London -- have their own inspiring heroines, some famous and others less known.
Vreeland's impact on the fashion world can't be overstated. There have been a number of recent documentaries about fashion icons. What makes this one stand out is that Vreeland played such a strong role in getting her story told.
The renowned surrealist painter Salvador Dali's meeting with seminal African-American supermodel, Donyale Luna, at his hideaway in the Spanish fishing village of Cadaqués, Catalonia in 1966 marked an amazing moment where art and beauty collide.
Contemporary audiences will immediately notice how comparatively mature Parker appears compared to today's supermodels. Aesthetics were very different in Parker's day: women strived to look sophisticated, rather than half their age.