What struck me most about _The September Issue_ was how deeply unhappy Ms. Wintour seems to be (her comments about her father and siblings were heart-wrenching). That's what I see in this photo. You've created a beautiful and thought-provoking portrait, Mr. S.
Like on many other her photos that I have seen, she looks rather unhappy, if not discontent. And this is while being the first figure in the world that so many aspire to be admitted – glamour, luxury, fame… Ahhh… it is so sad!to see such an accomplished person be so sad.
Fantastic juxtaposition – capturing the environment so different from where we so often see Ms. Wintour. I like the natural quality and motion of the shot, perfect embodiment on her "On to the next" mentality. Well done.
I don't think Anna looks sad. It seems that she's simply a thoughtful introvert in an industry full of shallow extroverts. It looks to me as if she's simply moving on to her next thing, but yet still wrapped up in the show she had just seen. I admire how she can be so contemplative and disciplined amidst the chaos of fashion week.
Regarding her outfit: I like how her combination of clothes is a bit edgier than what we usually see her in. LOVE the coat. Anyone know who it's by?
I truly don't understand whether people admire her for what she represents or for who she is. For me, she has no personality and is sad. People misunderstood "The September Issue". This documentary just shows how unhappy she is.
Wow ! This is a super cool photo. Anna Wintour is such an inspiring person in the fashion industry. I wish I could meet her someday. She's truely a rolemodel for lots of people. Check out Gaga's outfit at the Grammy's on : http://www.gauthier-fiorito.blogspot.com
This photo looks like it should be on the cover of some book. Maybe her biography or an article about successful women. Such a great look. Perhaps she is pondering what we should all be wearing for Spring and Summer this year. I love her coat and boots. Wonderful photo.
Come on, she is not always walking with guards. Durring Milan Fashion Week, u can see her always arriving and leaving venue alone. Sometimes guards help her get faster to the car waitng behind the corner but seriously never seen her surrounded by guards.
As the first comment says, I think she looks a bit vulnerable. But thenagain, I often think she looks a tiny bit vulnerable on your pics, and it's interesting to catch that in such a strong tempered woman.
Am I the only one who thinks she looks a little frumpy in that sweater? I like the skirt though, it is wonderful. Hard to pair a wide skirt with a narrow top. I guess that's why the belt. Nothing here obviously matches yet it goes together effortlessly, which is what style is all about.
love Anna's devotion to the fashion world – love her direction and editing at Vogue…she's a classic! She always looks so chic whilst embracing her age, she never tries too hard. (p.s can you try to get a shot of Grace? she's timeless!)
If you walked past Henry Kissinger, or CoCo Chanel, or JFK if you knew nothing, you would not know you were walking past an icon. (of course I mean if you were walking past them when they were aliveâ€¦to see dead people walking would certainly be an attention grabber) Whats your point? Peoples life story isn’t written on their forehead.
The following time I read a blog, I hope that it doesnt disappoint me as a lot as this one. I mean, I do know it was my option to learn, but I truly thought youd have one thing attention-grabbing to say. All I hear is a bunch of whining about one thing that you may repair if you werent too busy searching for attention.
Che fotografia impietosa! coglie quella che Ã¨ considerata l’icona della moda in una posa solitaria, trieste, pensierosa. Per non parlar del fatto che mette ben in evidenza gli anni passati sul suo volto rugoso e cadente