Working at Vogue speaks to every girl's imagination, even more so after the hit 'The Devil Wears Prada' from 2006. Since then (and probably before), women everywhere try to decipher the truth and myth behind the movie by frantically reading interviews with real-life editors in an attempt to get a glimpse of what working and walking in those hallowed hallways is really like. 'The Vogue corridor is like a live runway show every day', Ginnie warm-heartedly concurs our guess. 'I love working here and not only for all the outfits the team wears. It's a colourful, busy, fast and friendly workplace.' With aspiring editors almost literally lining up behind the corner to get a job at the world's leading fashion magazine, our follow-up question of how Ginnie landed her position isn't surprising. Unfortunately, neither is Ginnie's reply. Working hard, interning and plain old luck seem to be the not-so-magical answer, as we've read in numerous previously analysed interviews. 'I had worked tirelessly during summer holidays and made it my goal to build up my CV with significant work experience', Ginnie explains. 'I secured a stint at US Vogue's Paris office under Fiona Darin, did an internship at the Peggy Guggenheim museum in Venice, pulled pints in my local pub, did temping at GQ fashion, ... In the end, it came down to a case of right place, right time and I started at Vogue as an advertising assistant.'