An Instagram account has pointed to the strange similarities between Anna Wintour and fictitious fashion editor Miranda Priestly from the movie The Devil Wears Prada, which is believed to be based on her.
According to Diet Prada, before the start of Michael Kors' New York Fashion Week, the blonde assistant editor-in-chief of Vogue was seen waiting in her boss's seat with a Starbucks coffee in her hand.
The founders of the satirical account explained that they had been watching the live broadcast of the show and noticed that it imitated several scenes from the film in which the main character of Anne Hathaway, Andy Sachs, had to have a coffee every day.
Reality: Instagram account Diet Prada shared a collage of photos with Anne Hathaway in The Devil Wears Prada (above) and the alleged assistant of Anna Wintour with her coffee (below)
In real life: the account explained that they had been watching the live broadcast of Michael Kors' show and noticed that he imitated several scenes from the film
"When life imitates art imitating life hahaha", the message was subtitled.
"This morning, during the live broadcast of @michaelkors SS19, we were blessed to witness a moment of IRL Devil Wears Prada … an unknown intern who diligently awaits the arrival of Anna with her morning coffee in her hand."
The collage of photos shared by Diet Prada presents an image of Andy hurriedly making a run of Starbucks, as well as photos of the supposed assistant in real life and Anna, 68, holding her coffee in her hand.
Meryl Streep played Runway editor-in-chief Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada, based on the novel of the same name by Lauren Weisberger.
Dedicated: The image shows Anna's supposed blonde assistant waiting in the assigned seat of the Vogue editor-in-chief to give her coffee Starbucks
Caught in the camera: Another collage snapshot shows Anna, 68, holding her Starbucks coffee mug
Added accessory: The Starbucks cup was also seen sitting at Anna's feet while she was on her phone
Maintain caffeine: Anna seemed to be the only one in her row with a coffee
The author once worked as an assistant to Anna, and it is believed that the book is a Roman key of his time working under the notorious editor-in-chief of Vogue.
Anna has been cited for a long time as the inspiration behind the ice editor, as there are an alarming number of similarities between them.
Large screen: the film is based on the novel of the same name by Lauren Weisberger
In the novel, both Miranda and Anna are British and direct the leading fashion magazines; both worked in their careers in journals abroad before moving to New York, and both have their own styles.
While Anna is known for wearing dark sunglasses, even when she is inside, Miranda uses a white Hermès scarf with the same frequency. The two also have two children, enjoy playing tennis and have had marriages that ended in divorce.
Many of those similarities moved to the film, including the importance of Miranda always drinking his coffee.
In one scene, Meryl's character asks coldly: "Is there any reason why my coffee is not here? Has it died or something?
Anna attended the New York premiere of The Devil Wears Prada in 2006, and her spokeswoman issued a statement the following day: "She thought it was very entertaining, it was a satire, what is not to like? & # 39;
Although Anna has ruled out comparisons with Miranda, the Diet Prada publication makes it clear that she likes coffee and that someone is offering it to her.
Similarities: the author once worked as an assistant to Anna and it is believed that the character of Meryl Streep, Miranda Priestly, was inspired by the editor in chief of Vogue.
Duty: in the film, the character Andy Sachs (Anne Hathaway) has to make sure that Miranda drinks her coffee every day
In addition to the photo shared by Diet Prada, which shows Anna holding her Starbucks mug, she was also seen on the floor in front of her while she was on her phone before the start of the program.
Last year, in honor of Meryl, 69, covering the December issue of Vogue, Anna and the actress came face to face for an on-screen interview that alluded to her role in the film.
The Vogue video shows the Oscar winner who was asked about the role & # 39; more & # 39; defiant & # 39; he has played.
It seems as if he was about to tell Miranda in The Devil Wears Prada, but Anna says, "We're not going there, Meryl," and the two laugh.