The September Issue

If you’re ever in Manhattan and want to catch a really interesting film, then you should check out “The September Issue,” by director R.J. Cutler. This movie, which was acclaimed highly at the Sundance Film Festival, is a documentary which goes inside one of the most important fashion magazines, Vogue. The making of the September 2007 issue and Anna Wintour, are the centerpieces of this film. If you have ever seen the movie “The Devil Wears Prada,” then you can imagine the hectic and semi-ridiculous things that can happen at a high fashion publication.

This movie is not like the one where Anne Hathaway is practically a slave to an Anna Wintour inspired character, but shows the dedication and power of the editor’s work and renown fashion sense. This movie takes you behind the scenes of runway shows, photo shoots and Fashion Week. Not only is this movie enjoyable but it is a special account of a world seldom people will ever experience up-close.

The link above can show you movie times and other select locations of where you can see the film.

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2 Comments

  1. One of the major players who gave the movie substance and heart was Grace Coddington, the creative director. A forty-year veteran of the magazine industry, she’s Anna Wintour’s contemporary, and one of the few people shown doing anything but agreeing wholeheartedly with Anna. She has Anna’s ear, up to a point. But she also has her own aesthetic for the magazine. —Read the full review at PinkyShears.com—

    • Thank you for commenting on my post. I felt like I did leave her out but I was so focused on writing about Anna Wintour who is a fashion journalists’ icon and what we inspire to be at some point. I appreciate the insight and will try to expand more on my posts.


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