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The September Issue shows the battle of wills that goes on behind the scenes of every aspect of fashion publishing--and sometimes it's not pretty. The ruthless Wintour, at Vogue for two decades, has an equally strong-minded inner circle, including most notably Vogue's creative director, Grace Coddington, a former model (like Wintour herself) who clashes often, and colorfully, with her frenemy and longtime colleague Wintour. The political maneuvering can seem exhausting to the viewer, but the dishy reality is just too delicious. "Fashion is not about looking back," says Wintour. "It's about looking forward." And as with the best documentaries about fashion, including Unzipped and Lagerfeld Confidential, The September Issue leaves the viewer with a renewed appreciation for the beauty, creativity and energy behind fashion--even if one is watching, happily, in jeans and a T-shirt. --A.T. Hurley
Interesting in general. Maybe shows how 'CEO's" get their reputation. They are not 'king'...but seems everyone has to walk on eggshells to keep their jobs. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Sandra Hambarian
A great peek into the 'real workings' of a top magazine. Loved it.
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Awesome! If you are in the fashion industry or have any curiosity about it, it is a must see!Published 1 month ago by Margaret Morace