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As André points out, it's by far the heaviest issue, packed to the limit with ads and fall fashion.It's also usually one of the most talked-about, and in 2009 was the subject of a popular documentary.In the 21-minute clip, Anna - who takes time to note that she is wearing Prada, even though she wasn't filmed on camera - and André go back and forth about some of their favorite pieces in this month's Vogue, which marks her 27th September issue. Well, not if she keeps wearing Marc Jacobs Fall 2015.The Vogue cover girl set tongues wagging when she graced the highly anticipated September issue wearing a complete look from Marc’s autumn/winter line which comprised of a nude floral embroidered gown and a statement red embellished coat.In 2007, he was ranked 45th in Out magazine's "50 Most Powerful Gay Men and Women in America".In 2008, Talley advised the future First Family on fashion, and introduced Michelle Obama to the Taiwanese Canadian designer Jason Wu from whom she bought several dresses including her inaugural gown.And we have this meeting every month where we present the issue to the corporate floor, and I remember all the men in suits being absolutely stunned by the fact that I would put a black woman on the September cover of Vogue.
'She was wearing this orange Anne Klein sequin suit - it would probably look incredibly '80s today.André Leon Talley (born October 16, 1949) is the former American editor-at-large for Vogue magazine, listed as Contributing Editor in the April 2010 masthead. His parents left him with his grandmother, Bennie Davis, who was a cleaning lady at Duke University, in Durham, North Carolina.Talley has been a front-row regular at fashion shows in New York, Paris, London and Milan for more than 25 years. Davis raised him and he claims he was given an "understanding of luxury." His grandfather was a sharecropper.Beyoncé - who wasn't actually interviewed for the issue - graces this month’s cover in a ,000 embellished blush Marc Jacobs dress and a ,800 sequined Marc Jacobs coat, and was shot by famed photographer Mario Testino.'I think Beyoncé is every woman,' Anna says.
'She’s superwoman, she’s an extraordinary business woman, she’s a force of fashion.Anna explains: 'I think the September issue has really become an event in itself, in that people that you don't necessarily associate with looking at Vogue on a regular basis come up to me in the street or at a party and say, "Oh, I really like that cover" or "I really like the September issue", so I think it has a very broad reach and that's a lot, I think, to do with the success of R. [Cutler's] documentary The September Issue.'In the podcast, André says that he thinks that this particular edition is the most 'black issue' they've ever done, full of features on successful African Americans.