The September Issue

Synopsis: The September 2007 issue of Vogue magazine weighed nearly five pounds, and was the single largest issue of a magazine ever published. With unprecedented access, this film tells the story of legendary Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour and her larger-than-life team of editors creating the issue and ruling the world of fashion.
Genre: Documentary
Director(s): R.J. Cutler
Production: Roadside Attractions
  2 wins & 5 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
90 min

- In pieces?


Do we have sketches?

- I have one cocktail dress.

But this is the workmanship,

which is this one.

No. Did you see that, no?

No, that's pretty.

So, you're not really feeling

for color, Stefano.


No. You know,

it's my mood.

I mean, in winter,

I never feel so much for color.

It's more

a summer thing for me,

frankly speaking, but...

It's a bit neutral. New blacks.

I don't know.

There's blue navy.

There is an emerald green.

This is colorful.

Okay, I'm gonna need you...

...when I'm convincing Anna

that that's not black.

We have green, navy.

Good morning.

How are you?

You look beautiful.

Are you wearing Chanel?

Yes. Trying to look

like your customer.

You are our customer.

So we'll follow you.

Thank you for continuing

these breakfasts.

I speak for the group,

they're very helpful,

and continue to allow us to get to know

each other better and better,

and we thank you for your time.

So I'm going to ask Sally

to start talking about our main points.

The key item for us,

it seems to be, is the jacket.

We're going to be putting

a huge, huge push...

...onto a wardrobe of jackets

for the fall issues.

Nobody was wearing fur...

...until Anna put it back

on the cover of Vogue...

...back in the early nineties.

And she ignited

the entire industry.

If we get behind something,

it sells.

For once, Prada was

in great debate this season.

Anna had a lot of concerns

over the fabric...

...and spoke with Mrs. Prada

on your behalf many times.

We thought that the pieces

were just so heavy...

...that you couldn't wear it.

So, Virginia, what was it

that they're going to reinterpret?

'Cause we really pushed.

They did tell me that they

are doing a version of a fabric...

...that's silk and mohair as opposed

to the heavy wool and mohair.

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