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In Vogue: The Editor's Eye

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The best fashion documentary of the decade!!! Anna Wintour is a powerhouse, we know that, she's the queen of the fashion industry. I loved her style and vision for US Vogue right from the start, then came the movie/documentary "The September issue", that showed the whole world what it really takes to create the perfect fashion magazine and its most important issue. With this DVD, it's a whole new game: the editors, their visions, how they prepare for their shoots, their personalities, the secrets behind some of the most renowned photos in Fashion. Just AMAZING!!! I've been addicted to this DVD and saw it more than 10 times already, I'm not kidding: the music, the editing, the voices, their inspirational talks, everything. GREAT FILM! 5Must Watch! Fashion spreads have been a way for me to escape into the dark, whimsical world of the fashion elite. There has been a fascination with the concept of the spread. Namely, how the editor can evoke so much emotion and sensuality using fashion to tell the current state of the world. The reason I chose this documentary, specifically, is because Vogue is the most known and respected fashion magazine. Anna Wintour is so intriguing, and embarked this new life of fashion. Allowing designers to brand themselves as 'wearable,' and most importantly accessible. I wish there were more documentaries on the trends in fashion. More so, what Anna Wintour thinks about "fast fashion," which I can imagine is complete disinterest. 5OH NO NO NO, WE'RE FROM VOGUE This was an interesting inside into the thoughts and concepts of the individual fashion editors who have worked at VOGUE through the years. Well done. Anna Wintour comes across as more approachable than she has in previous pieces. 5Great fashion Excellent 5Highly educative This documentary focuses on the Fashion Directors of Vogue, a post that not may people in the business of fashion can really explain at all, not because they don't know what the job is about, but because the postition requires a lot of unique interdiciplinary talents. They present to new generations (like me) the old "queens" that actually improved or did somethign remarkable while doing their jobs at Vogue magazine with the photographic content of the issues.I really recomend it. I didn't loved it as much as the September Issue documentary, but still It's a must have if you want to work in this industry and learn more before actually getting into it. 3An Interesting and Different Documentary. This is the first time I have even seen a documentary about Vogue. It has been around for decades and seems to have successfully evolved not only with fashion but with the times. The history was fascinating as well as documenting the wide a varied individuals who have run this publication over the years. I would recommend this to anyone. Even those who are not fashionistas.. 5good documentary a good video about the book of the same name. i love fashion books.and i love fashion video.the interviews in this documetary are worth looking at if you are truly interested in the historyof the fashion editors and how they work, and how incredible the end results of their efforts really are.they have all contributed different looks, views, and hard rewarding work to a great magazine for many years. 5it is fascinating to learn how much of what appears ... it is fascinating to learn how much of what appears in Vogue stems from the tastes of its editors. I would have thought there was much more collaboration, more decision-making by committee in putting together a monthly issue, but I was wrong. All those editors, photographers, stylists, etc. are searching for something they can't quite define, but they know it when they see it. Just as in music, there is a mystery at the heart of it. 5Candy for your sweet tooth This level of fashion is frivolous and indulgent. Having said that it's fascinating to get a peak behind the lens.At this level it felt very much like an art form, catering to an elite lifestyle. I can also appreciate the dichotomy of women expressing themselves in a world oddly dominated by the men who design so many of the clothes. I also found it ironic when asked at he outset... it appeared not one could define what a fashion editor does. 4Awesome behind-the-scenes of fashion editor's life Great interviews with Vogue's fashion editors - glimpses into what their jobs are like, how they helped shape the magazine over the years, their personalities and personal taste, etc. I loved learning who was behind certain iconic images / photoshoots. 5
In Vogue: The Editor's Eye

In Vogue: The Editor's Eye

4.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€55,00
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