About this Event
In a career spanning more than half a century, Polly Mellen has created some of the most indelible imagery in fashion history. Her work as a stylist and editor, first under the legendary Diana Vreeland at Harper’s Bazaar, and later under both Vreeland and Grace Mirabella at Vogue, helped define a new, more modern ethos about clothes and how women wore them.
Mellen, now 97, joins Condé Nast’s Ivan Shaw in conversation on her “noisy” reputation and her life’s work, brimming with a smart, strong, unabashedly celebratory feminine independence — as well as an artful element of provocation and extravagance — that Mellen herself embodies.
About 'Guests and Gusto'
Tune in to the SCAD virtual series Guests and Gusto for conversations and content with leading cultural voices. Meet the creators and innovators remaking creative industries and get essential insight to guide your career in art, design, and entertainment.
This event is open to the public.