Candy magazine features a very playful and lighthearted look into the world of the iconic editor stars of Vogue magazine in this spread titled 'The Devil Wears Anna.'
Dressed as Anna Wintour and Grace Coddington are Andres Borque and Luis Venegas, who look just as good as the fashionista editors. 'The Devil Wears Anna' is humorous and spot-on in mimicking these fine ladies on top of the fashion industry.
Implications - Humorous parodies continue to be popular not only in the political realm, with Tina Fey dressed as Sarah Palin, but in the fashion world as well. Companies that can incorporate humor into their marketing, advertising and promotional campaigns will more likely attract consumers.
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