Since you liked Diana Vreeland so much, here are some more fashion documentaries to inspire:
Controversial? Yes, but I still have to give credit to the man who invented a perfume that smells like books. Also who can rework the same core inspiration pieces and make something new every season? Karl can. Watch him in action.
Valentino, The Last Emperor
Follow Valentino Garavani, one of the last of the big 20th century couturier's, in this DVD which covers a season about 10 year ago and compare it to today.
Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorfs
Founded in 1899, Bergdorf Goodman is one of Fifth Avenue New York's famed fashion hawkers. Enjoy this documentary glimpse at its comings and goings, including the window displays.
Yves St. Laurent's elegant, streamlined work has enjoyed a resurgence lately. Witness sheer blouses, and tuxedo dressing for women. The DVD is in French, but this is un pays bilingue, n'est pas? If your crazy love for fashion requires, English subtitles are available.
You will also enjoy The September Issue, and Bill Cunningham New York, reviewed earlier.