Dorothy Draper (1889-1969), was one of the grand dames of modern interior design. Like her contemporaries Diana Vreeland and Elsie De Wolfe, Draper became an icon of stylish living through her interior decorating and her many books. A reproduction of the first edition originally published in 1941, ENTERTAINING IS FUN! is one of Draper's most delightful creations: a sparkling guide to entertaining with flair, from dinner parties for family or friends to holiday meals, weekend guests, weddings, and more.
Dorothy Draper was born in 1889. She got her start in interior design. having decorated the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan and the Greenbriar Hotel in West Virginia. She died in 1969 at age 80.