Monday, May 18, 2009

anna winter

Last night, as I was flipping through channels, I happened to stumble upon 60 Minutes where Anna Wintour, the editor-in-chief of American Vogue, was being interviewed by Morley Safer. It wasn't a particularly insightful interview, although I doubt you would be able to get a lot from Wintour. She is always the consummate professional, cool and calm under the paparazzi flashes and the media glare. You won't find any personal revelations or funny anecdotes of her past in this interview. Safer does ask the obvious questions (her penchant for wearing sunglasses indoors is a way of hiding her true feelings about the collections paraded in front of her, as a sort of "armour").

Check out the interview and the videos below from and outtakes here.

Here are some of my favourite outtakes from the 60 Minutes segment:

What Anna told Oprah:

What Anna thinks of the people in Minnesota:

If you want more Anna, then you need to check out the documentary, The September Issue, which screened at the Sundance Film Festival this past January.

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