Diana Vreeland always had her dollar bills and her tissues ironed before putting them in her handbag.
The pillows in her home were infused with perfume via hypodermic needles.
She rarely left the house before noon, and she often conducted serious business from her tub.
She ate the same lunch every day: a whole-wheat peanut-butter-and-marmalade sandwich, washed down with scotch. "Peanut butter is the greatest invention since Christianity," she said.
Diana's signature color was red, but she never found the perfect shade, which was, according to her, "the color of a child's cap in any Renaissance portrait.