Miranda Priestly

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  • The Devil Wears Prada Analysis

    Meryl Streep’s The Devil Wears Prada, is a very criticized film regarding feminism, fashion, and health. Which are the most important aspects in being editor-in-chief of a fashion magazine (as depicted by the film). The Devil Wears Prada painfully breaks down what it is like to be centerfold and thrusted into the middle of the high-fashion world (as a person with no idea about fashion). Many of these biases are articulated through the book the movie was based off, The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger, who was formerly a part of the world of high-fashion as an assistant herself, to the prestigious Vogue magazine editor-in-chief we have today, Anna Wintor. Miranda Priestly: “You have no sense of fashion...” Andy Sachs: “I think that depends…

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  • Ethical Dilemmas In The Devil Wears Prada

    Each individual has a different idea of what being ethical means. For Miranda Priestly, ethics is not a big concern for her. Throughout the movie, Miranda has many opportunities to change her ways, yet she continues to intimidate, degrade, and humiliate everyone around her (Frankel and Finerman, 2006). Miranda’s immorality can be explained using two main ethical theories: the consequentialist and nonconsequentialist theories (Thiroux and Krasemann, 2009). Miranda…

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  • Analysis Of The Devil Wears Prada

    Sparked by a revelation that she does not want to be someone like Miranda, Andy decides to leave Miranda stranded in Paris. Andy did not want to be cold-hearted, or a cheater, and she was unaware that her current job had changed her life in ways she could have never imagined. On the other hand, Andy does not leave Paris for her boyfriend, but to regain herself, and her previous “style.” When Andy walks away from Miranda, she flings her phone into a water fountain, and she is reborn. As Andy…

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  • Text That Shaped My Life

    As the movie showed, the chief editor of a high fashion magazine Miranda Priestly was a woman of high competence. Her magazine was regarded as a fashion guide and she was known as a fashion authority. However, many people have an ill feeling on her because her life was an opposite to her career. She divorced many times because no men could tolerate her power. At first I thought she was an emotionless working machine. However, the dragon lady showed her soft part at the end of the movie: Miranda…

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  • Miranda Priestley Character Analysis

    Anne Hathaway’s character, Andy went to extreme lengths to be on the good side of famous fashion designer, Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep). When Andy began the job you could see she was genuinely excited for the challenge. She seemed like she had the needed characteristics (trainee readiness) to learn the working of her job. Her first days of training were intimidating to her. She was forced to learn on the fly and was to meet high demands within the tight schedule of Manhattan. A cognitive…

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  • Devil Wears Prad Movie Analysis

    “You have no sense of fashion” That’s how the most powerful fashion magazine editor, Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep) slights each discussion with her colleagues in The Devil Wears Prada, a motion picture in view of glam and allure of fashion industry. The Devil Wears Prada was released in 2006 by Fox 2000 Pictures, directed by David Frankel who is best known for directing the pilot episode of the comedy series “Entourage” and the movie “Marley and Me”. This film is based on its book adaptation…

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  • The Devil Wears Prada

    Andrea’s inner conflict of character while working for Miranda gives a peek into various aspects of human nature. She ends up compromising her relationships with everyone important to her including her best friend, boyfriend and family and is forced to reconsider her moral values . The progression of character has peen potrayed beautifully. Apart from Andrea, Miranda’s character as the ‘Devil’ has been potrayed so beautifuly and in accordance to her tantrums and whims, some of which instrcuted…

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  • Analysis Of Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar

    Sylvia Plath; Along with authors such as Virginia Woolf, Simone de Bauvoir and Marguerite Duras, is one of the biggest female authors of 20th century. The Bell Jar shares more characteristics with Sylvia Plath’s life than just a semi-autobiographical novel. The main character of the book, Esther travels to New York to work as an intern in a fashion magazine, just like Sylvia Plath did. They are both poets, who lost their fathers at the age of 8 and both Esther and Sylvia Plath slowly falls into…

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  • Narrative Essay: Bob And Miranda's Divorce

    Bob and Miranda are best friends. They have been friends for a long time. They met when they were in the 6th grade and have been best friends ever since. They live in the busy and crowded city or New York. Busy streets and lots of tall buildings. “Let’s go shopping!” bubbled miranda “Okay,” exclaimed Bob with excitement. Miranda has been very happy ever since Bobs divorce one year ago. Bob wanted the divorce. Susan was a person who got jealous easily. She said it’s either me or Miranda Susan,…

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  • August Pullman

    there is a choice to a kind or right, choose kind.” He also started a plague if you got touched by Auggie you would have the plague. He only had two friends for a long time. Until Halloween, everyone was fine with him, and he heard Jack talk about him to some of his friends. He was devastated and went home sick. That was the end of Auggie’s chapter and his sister Via’s chapter begins. She thought Auggie was like the sun and everyone else was planets orbiting around him. She says that she gets…

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