It’s not easy being the Editor in Chief of Vogue, or, for that matter, a world renowned comedian. Or is it? Anna Wintour and Amy Schumer make the trade—find out who prevails in the ultimate career swap.
Amy Schumer, Anna Wintour
Featuring: Rachel Feinstein, Marina Franklin, Keith Robinson
Written by Amy Schumer
Director: Ryan McFaul
Fashion Editor: Jorden Bickham
Director of Photography: Kevin Hayden
Producer: Sydney Buchan
Line Producer: Mai Fujiwara
Assistant Director: Wyatt Angelo
1st AC: Steven Tong
Camera: Derek Sexton Horani
DIT: Chauncey Tanton
Sound: Ryan Scatenato
Gaffer: AJ Holden
Swing: Calvin Laszakovits
Prop Stylist: Brooke Goldberg
Makeup: Andréa Tiller
Hair: Kim Gueldner
Editor: Jeremy Maneval, Consulate Ltd.
Production Company: Anchor Light
Postproduction Consulate Ltd.
Filmed at Comedy Cellar, New York City
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Amy Schumer and Anna Wintour Swap Lives | Vogue
Featuring: Amy Schumer and Anna Wintour
The criticism Anna receives for merely being a strong businesswoman is shameful. People talking about seeing her be so relaxed for the first time don't make similar comments about male CEO's. Anna is and always will be world class.
This woman, very intelligent and charasmatic, seems to have an image of DRAGON LADY follow her around for years. None the less we see skecthes like this and one where she sits down with Meryl Streep and one with a late night host where she pretty much pokes fun at herself. In no way does she seem dry, mean, or intimidating. Ive always enjoyed any snippets with her. Best part of this one was the WINTOUR OUT and the mic drop. Def has an open sense of humor!
I honestly think Anna gets a bad rap. She's definitely a perfectionist and lives her life in a very particular way adhering to a particular code, but I don't believe she's consciously cruel or mean-spirited. She clearly can be fun, but only when she wants to be.
The internet is a sea of valuable information of all accumulated human knowledge where we can delve into any subject known to man and learn every single detail about it without leaving our bedrooms. If used properly, we can all become nuclear physicists and create a Utopia of quantum power where the monetary system becomes void because we do have all the knowledge and technology as humans to satisfy all our human needs while preserving the planet’s natural resources and without any wars. It’s all there at our fingertips. But you’re idiots. We are all idiots.
As hip-hop remains a staple in our society, we continue to appreciate the artists behind this broad genre of music. While Biggie and Tupac represent the best of hip-hop excellence from both coasts, we also remember these two as humans beings, just like the rest of us. With that comes personality, charm, and, of course, a good sense-of-humor.
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