Victoria Beckham, Michael Kors and More Celebs Put Anna Wintour In the Hot Seat

Anna Wintour, 2018 Met Gala, Red Carpet FashionsIt’s time of Anna Wintour to sit in the hot seat!
The fashion icon and editor-in-chief of Vogue sat down with the magazine to share her thoughts on some of the most pressing…

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What Anna Wintour Really Thought of Meghan Markle’s Wedding Dress

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Anna Wintour let the world know how she really felt about Meghan Markle’s bridal gown on Wednesday during a video called “Anna Wintour…

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Anna Wintour Responds to Mario Testino and Bruce Weber Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Mario Testino, Bruce WeberAnna Wintour has announced that Condé Nast is putting its working relationship with famed celebrity photographers Mario Testino and Bruce Weber on hold in wake of sexual misconduct…

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Anna Wintour is ‘most powerful woman’ in media

Vogue’s chief editor – a formidable fashion force instantly recognisable for her famous bob – tops Forbes’ list.
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Met Gala Time Machine: Revisit Beyoncé, Sarah Jessica Parker, Anna Wintour and More Fashionistas’ First and Last Appearances

ESC: Met Gala, Now and ThenThere have been many first Mondays in May.
As we prepare for yet another Met Gala next week, it’s easy to forget how much fashion–and the famous people that rock it–has changed….

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Anna Wintour on Fashion, Politics and Vogue

The Vogue editor plans issues to celebrate female power as the publication turns 125. As New York Fashion Week starts, she’s working on defining fashion’s role in today’s political climate: “Designers are not blind to what’s going on.” Lifestyle


New Year Honours 2017: Anna Wintour, Ken Dodd and Ray Davies on list

Vogue editor Anna Wintour, comedian Ken Dodd and The Kinks singer Ray Davies are among the arts figures honoured by the Queen.
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Anna Wintour, Anya Hindmarch, Victoria Beckham Recognized in Queen’s New Year Honor’s List

ROYAL RECOGNITION: Queen Elizabeth II has released her annual New Year honor’s list, with names including Anna Wintour, Anya Hindmarch and Victoria Beckham set to receive accolades in the coming year.
Wintour, the British-born, U.S.-based editor of Vogue and Condé Nast artistic director will be named Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire or DBE, for her services in the fashion and journalism industries. She joins women including Vivienne Westwood, Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Zandra Rhodes and Natalie Massenet.
The DBE will be Wintour’s second honor, as she was named OBE, or Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, in 2008. The Queen’s cabinet office noted that this second, higher accolade recognizes Wintour’s ongoing contribution to the fashion industry, and her help for emerging designers.
“Anna Wintour has been a tireless advocate for established and emerging designers. In the U.K. alone, she has promoted the careers of such talents as Sarah Burton, John Galliano, Christopher Bailey, Erdem Moralioglu and Christopher Kane,” said a spokesman for the Cabinet Office, the corporate headquarters of the British government.
Hindmarch is being recognized for her services to fashion and will be named Commander of the Order of the British Empire, or CBE. Hindmarch also

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Scene City: Anna Wintour, Robert De Niro and Jane Fonda at the Tribeca Film Festival

“The First Monday in May,” a documentary about the making of the “China: Through the Looking Glass” spring 2015 exhibition and gala at the Met’s Costume Institute, had its world premiere.
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Anna Wintour: Vogue Magazine’s Editor-In-Chief and Fashion Icon

Anna Wintour: Vogue Magazine’s Editor-In-Chief and Fashion Icon

This book is part of Hyperink’s best little books series. This best little book is 3,800+ words of fast, entertaining information on a highly demanded topic. Based on reader feedback (including yours!), we may expand this book in the future. If we do so, we’ll send a free copy to all previous buyers. ABOUT THE BOOK The paparazzi follow her around, hoping to catch a glimpse of her smiling. What she wears makes the style section of New York Times every time she goes out. She dines with celebrities, gets the best seats at sporting events, and is invited to all the best parties. Am I talking about the next Hollywood “It” girl? Not at all. I’m talking about Anna Wintour, the 62-year-old Editor of Vogue. Wintour, who has been the Editor of Vogue for the past 23 years, has somewhat unprecedented fame for a magazine editor. She is undoubtedly the inspiration for the maniacal editor Miranda Priestly in “The Devil Wears Prada,” as well as the focus of the 2007 documentary “The September Issue” which studies the making of Vogue’s largest issue ever. Credited with being the most powerful woman in fashion, Wintour’s decisions on the editorial content of Vogue can set the trends and tone of fashion for months to come. Designers clamor to show her their collections, while simultaneously admitting to being afraid of her. MEET THE AUTHOR Kate Kastelein has over 10 years of experience writing, researching and editing articles, eNewsletters, web content, press releases, and resource books. She’s a huge nerd, and is interested in everything from science and the latest technology to crafts, food and celebrity gossip. Kate’s a native Mainer, and when she’s not shoveling snow or writing, she’s huddled near the fire with her daughter, husband, and dogs. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Dubbed “Nuclear Wintour” when she took over as Editor of British Vogue, many of her close friends and co-workers quickly come to her defense and say that though she is a decisive, firm boss, she certainly isn’t the mon

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21 Century Clothing FROW Fashion Week Anna Wintour Mean Girls: You Can’t Sit With Us Men’s T-Shirt

21 Century Clothing FROW Fashion Week Anna Wintour Mean Girls: You Can’t Sit With Us Men’s T-Shirt

This 21 Century Clothing tee is a must have for fashion followers from New York, to Paris, London, Milan, Tokyo and beyond. Pay homage to the exclusive A-List fash pack on the frow and every girl’s favourite chick flick, Lindsay Lohan’s movie Mean Girls. The print features a photo of celebrities on the front row of a runway catwalk show during fashion week, amongst whom is icon and American Vogue editor Anna Wintour wearing her signature sunglasses and bob, and fashion legend Andre Leon Talley. Over the photograph a quote reads ‘You can’t sit with us’ just one of the now famous lines uttered by Regina George, Cady Heron, Gretchen Weener, or written in the Burn Book. This witty and original design is going to be big on the blogs, all over Tumblr and Instagram, trending on Twitter and a favourite with bloggers: we think it should make it into the September Issue! This T-Shirt is high quality made of 100% cotton and printed using our signature digital direct to garment print technology which allows us to create brighter and sharper prints than silk screening without using tacky transfers, so our prints won’t crack, peel, or come out in the wash. This means that this product is not just for fashion week! The tshirt is currently available in white, black, burgundy and grey although please ask for other possible colour ways. We offer you the choice of a loose fitting unisex style t-shirt or a fitted women’s style, and by fitted we mean fitted, so check the sizes when you buy! The design is also available on the full range of our products, from vests, bags, sweats, hoods, baseball tops etc. 100% Cotton, Machine Washable at 40, Do not tumble dry

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Beyoncé, Jay Z And Anna Wintour Sat Next To Kim Kardashian At Kanye West’s Adidas Fashion Show

The Kardashians were, by far, the least famous people at Kanye West’s Adidas Fashion Show in New York on Thursday.

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Kim Kardashian and North West were joined by Beyoncé, Jay Z, Diddy, Rihanna and Anna Wintour in the front row as they took in Kanye’s performance-style presentation at Skylight Clarkson SQ. Also in the crowd? Justin Bieber, Kendall Jenner, Khloe Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Big Sean, Jonathan Cheban, Alexander Wang and Cassie.

SIDE NOTE: Kylie Jenner modeled some of her brother-in-law’s duds during the show.

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The Met’s Costume Institute Is Now The Anna Wintour Costume Center (Yes, Really)

In case you had any question as to who runs the American fashion industry…

The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced on Tuesday that it has officially renamed the museum space occupied by The Costume Institute, its fashion and costume history wing, the Anna Wintour Costume Center. No, we’re not kidding. Women’s Wear Daily reports that the expanded space will include the current Costume Institute exhibition galleries, plus a library, conservation laboratory and “research areas.” (The curatorial department will still be called The Costume Institute.)

Those have also been named in honor of major Met supporters, including the Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch Gallery and the Carl and Iris Barrel Apfel Gallery. But we all know who really runs the show around those parts.

Wintour has been a highly visible supporter of the Met’s fashion wing for years, most famously through her annual fundraising blowout, the Met Gala. (WWD reports her efforts have raised about $ 125 million for The Costume Institute over the past 20 years.) The gala has become the most anticipated and well-attended social event of the year in New York City, jokingly called “the Oscars of fashion” (but let’s be honest, the Met Gala has an even better guest list — think the Oscars’ celebs plus every designer and model in the biz).

Now Anna’s imprint will be even more prominent. The Met’s director and chief executive officer, Thomas Campbell, tells WWD, “When you walk into The Costume Institute… you will see ‘Anna Wintour Costume Center’ in bold, bold letters above the staircase.” You can see the big change come May 8, when the Costume Institute’s annual exhibit is unveiled. The theme this year is “Charles James: Beyond Fashion” — but we have a feeling Charles James might be a little overshadowed by a slightly more famous industry name.

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