Sunday, November 18, 2012
I was hoping before posting Candace's review of Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel, that I would have a chance to see the film/doc and add in my own two cents. But it's two weeks later and I still didn't get to see it. Not a problem, as Candi's Corner once again did such an in depth review, my two cents aren't necessary.
But it can also be a testament to those who continue to “think outside the box”, utilize common sense, wits, and intellect, and are brave enough to inform an understanding of their world in order to imagine new ones for others to enjoy and dream. Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel is a stimulating story about a woman who rejoiced in her work and imperfect beauty.
Candace Smith is a native Philadelphian and graduate of Syracuse University (BA) and City University of London (MA). After spending a few years living in London, Candace returned to Philadelphia and continues to forge a career as a freelance journalist, writer, blogger, actress, and host. Besides interviewing intriguing personalities for Urban/Suburban Magazine, she is also currently contributing her knowledge and skills to various artistic movements, publications, websites, and podcasts such as REP Radio, AFFRM, and Hipolitics. It's hard for her to pin down her favorite movie and food of choice, but she is a HUGE fan of a great Indian curry and the film "Repulsion" by Roman Polanski is in her top ten must-sees.