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Anna Wintour

Artistic Director, Condé Nast

The ultimate editor and industry powerbroker has led the world’s most influential fashion magazine for decades and is Condé Nast’s artistic director.

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The ultimate editor and industry powerbroker has led the world’s most influential fashion magazine for decades and is Condé Nast’s artistic director.

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Biography

Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of American Vogue and the artistic director of Condé Nast, is widely regarded as the most influential figure in fashion.

American Vogue reaches 11.4 million readers in print and an average of 1.2 monthly visitors online; what’s more, Wintour is arguably the most commercially minded editor ever. She has parlayed US Vogue’s position as a documenter and badge of acceptance to place the magazine within the industry’s beating commercial heart. During her 25-year tenure at American Vogue, Wintour has spearheaded the editorial practice of featuring celebrities on the cover, taken the title’s fashion pages out of the studio and onto the street and used Condé Nast’s flagship title’s influence to champion new American designers through the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. Wintour launch Fashion’s Night Out.

The British-born editor has described her new role as artistic director as “an extension of what I am doing now, but with a broader scope.” The New York Times described it as an “in-house consultant for troubled or dated magazines,” the advice of which “can be sought, or delivered.”

Career

  • Condé Nast
  • Vogue Magazine
    Vogue Magazine

    Editor-in-Chief, Vogue US 1988 - Present, New York, United States

  • House & Garden Magazine
    House & Garden Magazine

    Editor-in-Chief, US 1987 - 1988, New York, United States

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