Watch as filmmaker Mitch Springer tries (and sometimes fails) to interview a few of the many, many people who helped create Vogue’s September cover shoot, including Anna Wintour, Bruce Weber, a selfie makeup artist, a farm stylist, and Vogue’s fidget spinner–addicted photo department, to name a few.
Director Ryland Young McIntyre
Producer Tommy Schell
Writers Ryland Young McIntyre, Tommy Schell, Vincent Peone
Director of Photography Zach Stoltzfus
BTS Director of Photography Philip Roy
B-cam J.T. Springer
Gaffer Cory Beisser
Sound Max Mellman, Brian Flood
Production Assistant Adrienne Gonzales
Editor Saint Hereford
Post-Production Mixer Drew Joy
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Everything It Took to Create Jennifer Lawrence’s September Cover Shoot | Vogue
lol, im content creator and thought to check out what is Vogue and what are they doing, so i checked this video... I'm confused af, cause I though it would be fancy af and elegant or whatever. But they seem like more fancy buzzfeed with white and greyyyy theme lol
What an absolute, pitiful wank. Societal values, and how they are manifested etc. etc. are all of our own making and volition. Therefore we have a lot to answer for if a magazine cover is so important as to become a huge epic at huge expense, (which then has to be posted on U-Tube), only for the glorious magnificence of it.
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