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Vogue celebrates September Issue

The world's most famous magazine is celebrating its 'September Issue', which is traditionally the most important issue of the year. Vogue is throwing a worldwide party with a new documentary. The film takes fashion fans behind the scenes at Vogue's New York headquarters and shopping capitals around the world in an effort to boost consumer confidence.

The editor of American Vogue, Anna Wintour, has a formidable reputation. Wintour is the star of a new documentary called 'The September Issue.'

Filmmaker R.J. Cutler went to Vogue to offer a more intimate glimpse of Wintour, who wields power like few others in both fashion and publishing.

'September' is the anticipated issue of the magazine and across the world. The international versions of Vogue are celebrating with shopping events called "fashion night out" in fashion capitals.

In Beijing, Vogue is growing in influence.

After years of speculation, Vogue launched on the Chinese market in September 2005, with the aim of attracting the new Chinese emerging middle class.

Millions of dedicated followers of fashion try to get their hands on what has become a fashion bible for the year.

From New York to London to Paris now Beijing aspires to become the next fashion capital.

Editor Angelica Cheung says China is becoming 'en vogue'.

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