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

It's a degrade fabric.

Fantastic. Thank you.


You've made our week,

our three weeks.

Let me touch on something

that may be out of your purview,

but maybe you can also help us.

Deliveries of merchandise.

What do you want me

to do about that?

Rent a truck?

I tell you

what I'd like you to do.

You are so influential

with the designers.

Not that.

They have to recognize...

...that the worldwide demand

for their product... expanding at a rate

that even they don't understand,

and they're not keeping up

with the production... that the demand

is outstripping supply.

We're waiting longer and longer

and longer for deliveries.

They're coming at the back end

of the delivery schedule...

...instead of the front end.

And, you know, fashion is fun,

and we all love it,

and that's what drives it, but...

You want it now.

- without the goods--...

...and the ads in your magazines

are fabulous,

and I know you'll look like

a telephone book this year, but--

You've gotta help us with this.

So, you have

a couple of choices.

You can start

sewing yourselves.

No, I think you said something

very interesting, Burt,

which is editing.

And I think some of the designers

do have a problem with that,

and we are working on that,

and we will certainly...

We're right there with you.

Less is more.

I mean, I can't shoot everything

for the rest of my life...

...with Steven Meisel

in Alder Mansion,

which is an ugly fucking house.

I was discussing my September shoot

with Steven Klein.

I think he

really likes this location.

It's sort of gloomy, Edward.

Where's the glamour?

It's Vogue, okay?

Please, let's--...

Lift it.

- Lift it.

I don't find her to be hidden.

I just don't find her

to be accessible... people she doesn't need

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