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9 Secrets You Didn’t Know About ‘The Devil Wears Prada’


9 Secrets You Didn’t Know About ‘The Devil Wears Prada’

Ten years ago, moviegoers everywhere met Miranda Priestly, the she-devil of the film The Devil Wears Prada. Portrayed by Meryl Streep, she lived to make her editorial team of the fashion magazine Runway fear her instead of love her.

Enter Andy Sachs (Anne Hathaway), newly hired assistant to Priestly, who knows nothing about fashion. She immediately falls into the world of New York fashion. Andy’s world is turned upside down as she tries to keep up with Priestly’s demands and maintain a balance between work and her personal life.

The film was a massive hit, appealing to fans with everything from Streep’s brilliant acting to the immense amount of fashion on screen. And now, 10 years later, film buffs still love this riveting glimpse into the fashion editorial world.

Streep was nominated for an Oscar for portraying Priestly, as her acting skills know no limits.

However, there are some details you likely don’t know about the film’s casting considerations and other behind-the-scenes moments.

Here are nine amazing secrets about one of the best movies about the fashion industry!

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1. Crazy Costume Costs

1. Crazy Costume Costs

Many fashion designers had their clothes and products featured in the film. As a result, The Devil Wears Pradahad the most expensive costume bill in history.

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