Grace Coddington Answers the Tough Questions From Today's Twitter Q+A

Yes, she talked about cats a lot (the one person she'd secretly wish to see on the cover of Vogue? Pumpkin.). She also fielded truly bizarre questions like, "If you only had enough time to save one person from a burning building, would you save Anna or your cat?" and "Can I braid your hair?" She answered both.
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Yes, she talked about cats a lot (the one person she'd secretly wish to see on the cover of Vogue? Pumpkin.). She also fielded truly bizarre questions like, "If you only had enough time to save one person from a burning building, would you save Anna or your cat?" and "Can I braid your hair?" She answered both.

To promote the release of her new book, Grace: A Memoir, Grace Coddington herself became an open book, answering questions through Vogue's Twitter handle posed by her fans on Twitter. The resulting conversations were fantastic. Basically, if Grace really had a Twitter it would be our favorite Twitter.

It's safe to assume that Grace did not do the actual Tweeting, but instead had the questions read aloud to her and had an assistant Tweet her responses. It may be for that very reason that she did not lose her personality one bit. Her responses were witty, straightforward and often hilarious. And yes, she talked about cats a lot (the one person she'd secretly wish to see on the cover of Vogue? Pumpkin.). She also fielded truly bizarre questions like, "If you only had enough time to save one person from a burning building, would you save Anna or your cat?" and "Can I braid your hair?" She answered both.

Click through for the best questions and answers.