She doesn't have that ice queen reputation for nothing!
Anna Wintour breathed new life into Vogue magazine when she took over in 1989 as editor-in-chief, and she did the same to the Met Gala when she was handed its reins in 1995.
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The upcoming documentary, The First Monday in May, details the meticulous process that goes into making fashion's biggest night absolutely perfect.
You've seen the trailer, but a new New York Post interview with director Andrew Rossi, Wintour's commander-in-chief Sylvana Durett, and former events planner Stephanie Winston Wolkoff sheds further light on just how involved Wintour is.
During filming, the 66-year-old also gave Rossi a hard time once in a while:
"There were a lot of protocols to follow. There were certain times when Anna would say, ‘I'm done, I don't want to film anymore.'"
It should certainly come as no surprise that Anna's a total perfectionist. Durrett said: