What makes a fashion editor most? Such is the topic of the forthcoming HBO
documentary In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye
(it airs tonight, December 6th) and recently
of the same name.
The film profiles eight of the 120-year-old magazine’s legendary fashion editors,
including Grace Coddington, Polly Mellen, Camilla Nickerson and Tonne Goodman
and shows how these women (and several men) put together their boundary-pushing
photo shoots with legendary photographers like Annie Leibovitz and Irving Penn.
On Tuesday, Jenna attended a special screening
of the documentary at the
Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted by Vogue’s
editor-in-chief Anna Wintour.
“There are many special moments in Vogue
that stick out in my mind,” says
Jenna. “The turning points, the supermodel age, the rise of American sportswear.
The iconic photos. This film delivers incredible memories as well as an intimate
look at the talented, funny and visionary women behind the magazine. Seeing it at
the Met with Anna, Tonne, Grace and Camilla was an incredible experience.”