It's no secret that while The September Issue follows Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, it is creative director Grace Coddington who surfaces as the unobtrusive heroine of the film.
Now, fans can rejoice at the prospect of having a little more Grace in their living rooms.
In 2002, Coddington published Grace: Thirty Years of Fashion at Vogue, a 400-page illustrated coffee table book which features photos from such renowned photographers as Mario Testino, a foreward by Karl Lagerfeld and an introduction by Anna Wintour herself.
Unfortunately, the book is currently out of print, and the few copies that are still available range from $630 for a used copy to $1,288 for a collector's edition.
All hope is not lost, though: there is talk of republishing the pricey tome, and Grace is fully behind it. A Vogue rep said, "Yes, Grace would be delighted to see Grace: Thirty Years of Fashion at Vogue come back in print, though updated to included stories that have come about in the meantime."
When asked about a memoir, though, the rep said, "no, she has had no offers to write a memoir, which is fine by her, because she really just wants to style beautiful pictures."
Sounds good to us!
Although, get her some offers ASAP!