Caroline Vreeland


Caroline Vreeland is a model and singer, great-granddaughter of fashion icon Diana Vreeland.

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Famous for: Model, Singer





Caroline Vreeland is the great-granddaughter of legendary fashion editor Diana Vreeland who worked for Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue and as a special consultant at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  She was aged two when Diana passed away.  She has a sister called Alexandra.

In 2013 Caroline Vreeland was a contestant in American Idol (season 12).

Vreeland discussed the release of her debut album In Ruins in various interviews in 2014.  Her name and stunning looks indicated that she would have a big impact on the music scene.   She described her styles as a mix between Portishead and Fiona Apple with an influence of FKA Twigs.

The single The Mauling was released in 2014.

In 2015 she released the singles Wasteland and Black Summer.

In 2016 she appeared on the single Blue Lips by Galatic Marvl.

Vreeland also has a publishing company called Doomed Magic.

She currently resides in California and is signed to Next Management modelling agency.  Vreeland has appeared in magazines such as GQ, Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue.

In December 2016 Caroline Vreeland’s popularity rose when a video of her was released wearing a tiny bikini.  Her Instagram followers at the end of 2016 stood at just under 200k.


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Rank the following in order of priority: red winesex, pasta, musicfashion.

You guys really did your research on me here! That makes me feel good. But you also knew how hard this one would be for me. OK. Here goes: sex, pasta, music, wine, fashion.

Snapchat or Instagram?

Snapchat forever.

Topless selfies à la Emily Ratajkowski and Kim Kardashian: for or against?

I think as long as it’s not mean-spirited, people should be allowed to express themselves however they want. Definitely for. I’m a “prefers to be naked” person as well.

What book changed your life and why?

Crime And Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. I was fascinated with the idea of the power of the human mind and how someone can convince themselves they are infallible, above the law, and can even justify murder. Spooky stuff.