You No Longer Have to Imagine What Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld Would Look Like in an NYC Bodega
The Condé Nast building, The Met, visiting her TV producer daughter at Late Night with Seth Meyers — these are the New York locations where we could easily imagine spotting Anna Wintour. But rolling up via limo at an NYC bodega (one that serves imitation crab, no less)? Well, no. Not really. Until we watched the hilarious Maya & Marty sketch entitled "My New York, Anna Wintour."
Portraying Vogue's editor in chief in a chic tweed suit, Maya Rudolph imagined what it would be like if Anna actually loved eating, chillin', and holding important meetings at a place called Han's Deli Bodega. "To me there is no place more New York than Han's Deli Bodega," she says, showing us all the wonders of a run-of-the-mill corner shop. She even chats with a shabbily dressed man and breaks for Jell-O — and this is all before "Anna" is joined by "Karl Lagerfeld," who mentions to his crew he's thinking of getting the turkey jerky today. Watch the clip ahead. Then see the real Anna tell the story of the time she got lost at Kanye's fashion show.