Anyone who’s seen The Devil Wears Prada has at least some idea what it’s like to work at Vogue (or at least, its fictional equivalent). If you’ve seen the documentaries The September Issue or Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel, you have a more accurate idea of putting out fashion magazine in the U.S.
The natural companion piece to those is Mademoiselle C, about Carine Roitfeld, the woman who, for 10 years, edited Vogue Paris until her suddenly announced retirement in 2011 to start her own U.S.-based fashion magazine.
Roitfeld isn’t a quarter the personality that Anna Wintour (or Miranda Priestly) is; she actually seems to like people. That makes for a less dramatic (or at least melodramatic) story arc. Where are the tantrums, the long-suffering assistants, the hateful aside from her critics?