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Diana Vreeland, the legendary "Voice of Fashion for Decades" known for her tenure at Harper's Bazaar and Vogue is starring in a documentary, showing right now at the Gene Siskel. The doc details her living days of luxury and intelligence until she died of a heart attack in 1989. Beyond her ballsy approach to telling women who loved fashion what "fashion" actually was, she's influenced powerhouses like DVF and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis as well. The documentary is playing tonight at 6PM, and for the following two days; on Wednesday at 8:15PM and Thursday at 6PM.
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