I watched The September Issue because I was initially interested in the editor of American Vogue, Anna Wintour. It is a documentary that shows the making of the September 2007 issue of American Vogue. I have a love hate relationship with Anna Wintour. I love her as a character ,meaning I would love to play her in a movie or play, but as a person and role model I don’t like her much. I feel like her view of women and fashion is very stringent! But then again as a comedian I find her antics hilarious!
What I didn’t expect was to fall in love with Grace Coddington. She is a model turned creative director of Vogue. I loved how she handled arguments with Anna Wintour with such grace… get it!I also love that she is proud of her frizzy red hair. If you reAd my previous post ,I am Frizzy and I Know it, you know that I am a little insecure about my hair. Seeing an important woman with crazy frizzy hair work next to the perfect bob that is Anna Wintour was refreshing.Here’s another fab picture of Grace Coddington! Here’s a thought… if all of us frizzy haired girls stopped buying anti-frizz and straightening products and instead put that money towards a charity with a good cause imagine the difference we could make!
If your still not convinced that frizzy and curly hair is awesome listen to this song from Sesame Street!
Go frizzy! Go frizzy! Go frizzy!