Oct 1, 2009

The September Issue and Fondue Night



Tuesday evening we finally had the chance to watch The September Issue. Before we indulged ourselves in cheese heaven we had a look at the POP magazine and The Sartorialist by Scott Schuman, which Pascal brought over. Another surprise was that I actually had the September 2007 issue of American Vogue!

After Fondue we started watching the movie alongside homemade Tiramisu and coffee. We were startled at different places, laughed, criticised but all in all we quite liked the movie and wished it was longer.

Have you watched it already? What are your thoughts on the movie?


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Elizabeth Victoria C said...

I haven't seen the movie yet, but it's coming to Canada in the next couple weeks and I can't wait! So jealous you have the latest Pop, I've been looking everywhere! xo

Emily said...

Movies + fondue = happiness.

But I have yet to see the movie =/ Hopefully I'll get around to it, I just need to find it!

Maren said...

Haven't found the time yet, but I need to. Nothing beats Anna Wintour, ever. The Sartorialist book is fantastic anyways. LOVE.

yasemin said...

I still haven't watched coco avant chanel and september issue.I'm so curious about both. By the way I really like your meetings, you always do enjoyable things; the books&mags, a fashion movie, the last time you had a totebag DIY. Good time spent together.

Fashion Cappuccino said...

Sounds like a perfect night!! I was so looking forward to it but it didn't come here!! So I have to wait for it on DVD I guess! xoxxo

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Neslim,bebegim ozlettin kendini ;)
Ben izledim!Korkunc bir kadin KORKUNC :( Devil wears Prada'da az bile anlatmislar!!Allah yaninda calisanlara,etrafinda olanlara sabirlar versin. AMiN!

SequinsandBangles said...

I bought the Dvd and watched it on the day it was released. I was really looking forward to seeing it and getting an insight into the world of Vogue. I enjoyed but I was a little bit disappointed, and my attenetion did start to waiver a bit. Not as brilliant as I'd hoped. Poor Sienna with her toothy smile :), but my heart really went out to Grace Coddington, who I think is an absolute visionary and is so gifted, it was a pity to see so much of her work being criticised! I feel for Anna Wintour too, part of me thinks her dry British humour is wasted on the Americans and that is why she is known as Nuclear Wintour, it must be very hard for her to be in the spotlight and openly criticised. This treatment would of course not happen to a man, she is only doing her job! I also bought Confessions of a Shopaholic that day too, and watched it straight afterwards. Have to admit I enjoyed it more :)

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Styleseeking Zurich said...

@ SequinsandBangles: I COMPLETELY agree with you. We also though that Grace Coddington was sort of the star of the movie. I didn't know much about her life when she was young so that part was very interesting for me. Most people say you either love or hate Anna, which doesn't apply to me. I admire how hard-working and demanding she is but I'm not sure if I were capable to work so closely with her. Must be very nerve-wrenching. Nevertheless one of my personal memorable moments were the part she talked about her siblings saying they were "amused" by her profession, that was very touching. Sometimes she's not a woman of many words but she chooses them very carefully...

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