As a way to entertain women across America last night, when their respective husbands were barbarricaly screaming and shouting (aka 'The Superbowl'), CBS broadcasted a special episode of '60 minutes' by Morley Safer. The episode was dedicated to strong women and featured Dolly Parton, Anna Wintour and Meryl Streep and portrayed in-depth profiles.
You might not be a fan of these women, but you can't deny their talents. Each is an authority in their field.
Main reason I watched this was of course the part about Anna Wintour. Even though I'm not a big Vogue-adept, it's interesting to observe this fashion myth.
When asked ''A magazine isn't a democracy, it's a dictatorship and you're the dictator, no?'' she answers; ''It’s a group of people coming together presenting ideas from which I pick what I think is the best mix for every issue, but in the end, the decision has to be mine.'' Instead of just saying yes. And that's one of the reasons I respect her.
PS; Don't forget to take part in the give-away of the €240 JuliaJune dress here