elcome to Dianna Agron Heaven, an exclusive and in-depth fansite for the talented actress Dianna Agron. Known from projects such as "Glee", "The Family", "I am Number Four" and more recently "Novitiate" and "Hollow in The Land", Dianna has through her career captured both film and television audiences alike with her strong performances and incredible charm. Our goal is to provide fans with an extensive resource on Dianna, with high quality photos, all the latest news, career information, fan pages and graphics. I hope you will enjoy the site, and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or concerns. - Sara, DA.ORG
By Sara   /   February 18, 2019

Hello again Dianna fans! Earlier today, our girl was one of the front row guests at the Erdem show at the 2019 Fall/Winter London Fashion Week. She sat next to Michelle Dockery, and I have updated our gallery with 20+ beautiful photos of the girls at the show! Dianna wore a floral patterned dress from the Pre Fall ’19 Erdem Women’s collection for the occasion, and as usual, I love everything about her look. Enjoy the photos!

By Sara   /   February 18, 2019

Hello everyone! Earlier this month (on February 5th to be exact), Dianna hosted a special dinner for her favorite shoe designer and good friend Fabrizio Viti. My offline life has been crazy lately, so I apologize for the late update! But I have finally updated our gallery with a couple of photos from the dinner, showing Dianna looking absolutely divine in a glittery red dress. Choosing a favorite look is impossible when it comes to her, but this one definitely makes it to the top 20 for me! Unfortunately there’s not a lot of photos from the evening, because of how intimate the dinner was, but I hope you’ll enjoy the few I’ve managed to collect. Stay tuned for more updates in a little while, as Dianna was at the London Fashion Week today!

Vogue – With its dark wood and vine-covered bricks, the Waverly Inn in the West Village lends itself to intimacy and playfulness. Last night, Dianna Agron showcased both those qualities with a cozy, romantic, and refreshingly old-fashioned dinner thrown in honor of her friend Fabrizio Viti, the shoe designer for Louis Vuitton and his own eponymous line. Both had much to celebrate last night: Viti was feting the launch of his online store, while Agron was closing her two-week run at the storied Café Carlyle.

Served in the covered courtyard, illuminated by flickering candles and a fireplace that glowed in the center of the room, the feast consisted of wedge salads, butter biscuits, chicken pot pies, and other (albeit highly elevated) comfort foods. Cocktails and wine flowed freely. Dried flowers were strewn across the table, as were gold Scrabble pieces that spelled out the name of each seat’s intended occupant. As waiters passed dirty martinis to the mingling guests, Gisela Niedzielski, cofounder of the Fabrizio Viti brand, spoke lovingly of her friend and business partner. She described the new Fabrizio Viti website as a “home” for the brand and its clients. Johanna Dunn, a vision in black Chanel, articulated the feelings of many last night: “I hesitate to use this phrase, as it’s so overused, but Fabrizio truly is a creative genius.”

When Fabrizio himself joined us, he laughed off his friends’ lavish praise. “I’m sure they’re telling you about all these places I worked and things I have done. You must think I am 100 years old!”. Despite his long and remarkable résumé (collaborations with Tom Ford, Miuccia Prada, Marc Jacobs, and most recently, Nicolas Ghesquière), the designer exudes a youthful vigor and an obvious infatuation with his craft. But he’s most proud of the label that bears his name. “With this,” the designer’s dark eyes sparkling as he spoke, “I can be me.”

With Fashion Week looming in the days ahead, the stylish relished this calm moment before the chaos. Selby Drummond dressed like a 1970s goddess in a white jumpsuit. Nell Diamond, with her glittering eye shadow and feathered frock, swooped around the restaurant like a bird of paradise. Gagosian’s Sarah Hoover appeared impossibly fresh-faced, having just returned from Cuba hours before. Kyle Hotchkiss Carone, the man behind Cafe Clover, oozed excitement over his upcoming venture, called American Bar, which will offer rich fare in a nostalgic, luxurious environment.

Despite the glittering crowd, the attention remained on the hostess and her guest of honor. Agron explained that she will not attend any of the New York shows (she’s shooting a new film and must jet off to London with her husband in the coming days), but surveying the room last night, it would seem there was enough fashion and excitement to last her a week.

By Sara   /   January 24, 2019

Will Friedwald from the CitiView New York was one of the guests at Dianna’s opening night at the Café Carlyle last night, and he has now shared his review on their website! It supports all the other opinions we’ve heard from fans and other guests on social media today, and it makes me so happy to read how successful her first night was. You can read the review below, and stay tuned here + on twitter, as we are about to start covering day 2 at the Café!

“It’s funny ‘cause it’s true!” That idea was most eloquently expressed by that eminent sage and philosopher, Krusty the Clown; but the reverse is also true: some ideas are especially meaningful because they’re anything but true. Dianna Agron begins her return engagement at the Carlyle with Nancy Sinatra’s “I’m Not The Loving Kind,” and then proceeds to demonstrate precisely the opposite: through the show, she’s warm, friendly, funny, engaging, and, yes, loving. The Glee star is also highly musical, and to that end she put together a first-rate seven piece band, with three rhythm (including her major accompanist Gill Landry, on guitar), three strings (with arrangements by Margot, on violin) and the inimitable Jeffrey Miller on trombone as a one man brass section. The repertoire is equally ambitious, with songs ranging in sources from the 1911 “Oh, You Beautiful Doll” to one of Bruce Springsteen’s most affecting ballads, “If I Should Fall Behind.” Most of the set list derives from her “foremothers,” those blonde chanteusi of decades past, including Miss Sinatra, Doris Day (“You Belong to Me”), Nico and the Velvet Underground (“These Days,” “After Hours”) and two slices of Peggy Lee’s repertoire, one of her most obscure (“I Wanna Be Seduced”) and one of her most famous (“Is That All There Is”). The latter is delivered in a combination of spoken word and sung, but both set to the tune of an out-of-kilter waltz that suggests a walk on the Weill side. She and Margot also duet rather adorably on Roger Edens’s “charm song” “On How to be Lovely” (from Funny Face), and she also finds her individual own way to be self-deflatingly seductive on “I Want to Be Evil” on the very spot where Eartha Kitt delivered it a dozen years ago. Like the best current Carlyle headliners – Steve Tyrell in particular is a master at this – Ms. Agron makes the evening feel less like a formal performance and more like a private party; if we don’t happen to be close personal friends of her when we walk in, we more than feel that way by the time we leave. (Find out more at source)

By Sara   /   January 24, 2019

To promote her Café Carlyle run, Dianna did a photoshoot and interview with New York Moves Magazine last week. They just released a short video clip taken on the day, previewing the soon to be released interview! In our gallery, you can also find a couple of behind the scenes photos from her visit.

Credit: @New York Moves Magazine

By Sara   /   January 23, 2019

Dianna kicked off her two-week long residency at the Café Carlyle last night, and according to some of our friends who were in attendance, it was a very successful evening! I have RTed opinions, fan photos, videos and more from the night over at our twitter account, for those who want to check it out. Dianna wore a stunning black Gucci dress with floral patterns, and her hair and make-up was done by Brittan White and Joseph Carrillo as per usual! While I still hope more photos will be uploaded to the web soon, I have now added the first 7 high quality photos to our gallery for you (and they’re so beautiful!). For those who want even more great content from Dianna’s opening night, our friends over at Dianna Agron Fans have shared several clips from her show.

For those interested, Dianna’s setlist for her 2019 residency is as follows: Not the lovin’ kind, These Days, Oh! You Beautiful Doll, Perfect Day, You Belong to Me, Who Do You Love, Sha la la Song, I wanna be Seduced, Is that all there is?, Oh how to be lonely, I want to be evil, After hours, Don’t, Dream a little dream of me, If I should fall behind, True love will find you.

By Sara   /   January 22, 2019

During her visit at BUILD series last week, Dianna did a gorgeous portrait photoshoot at their studios. I have been waiting for high quality outtakes to appear online, but unfortunately it looks like we will just have to settle for medium quality for the time being – they’re still really stunning! She was photographed in front of both a black and a pink screen, and the result is very pretty. Check out the 5 released portraits in our gallery, and keep checking back as I hope to eventually replace them with HQs! Soon I’ll also share more exclusive old outtakes, but I’m unfortunately still waiting for my computer to be repaired.