Lady Boss Lessons From Miranda Priestly

It's been over 10 years since the release of one of our all-time favorite fashion films. Yes, we're talking The Devil Wears Prada, and yes, it's been over a decade since the most expensively costumed film of all time hit theaters. Now, in that time, the realm of fashion has changed in myriad ways, and we all know there's no going back.

But that doesn't mean that the lessons we learned from the ultimate lady boss, none other than Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour Runway Magazine EIC Miranda Priestly, are any less valuable. Click ahead for everything we learned from the iconic editrix.

Caffeine will get you through almost anything.

And it will never not be necessary in the 9-to-5 world, especially if you work in a creative field.

Plus, it's not as if Miranda doesn't have a massive, high-profile job to do here, or anything. The woman is a powerhouse, and all too often, what is a powerhouse woman fueled by? That's right, people: COFFEE (and a ton of it). Oh, and the electrifying fear of all the peasants scattering through the office before she sails in, dressed immaculately as ever.