Anja Aronowsky Cronberg is the founder and editor-in-chief of Vestoj, an Paris-based annual sartorial publication reinventing fashion editorials with an academic slant. Additionally, the editor is a senior research fellow in fashion theory and practice at the London College of Fashion .
Cronberg earned her bachelor’s degree in Fine Art at Central Saint Martin’s. After a brief tenure as a stylist, Cronberg returned to school to pursue a master's degree in History of Design at the Royal College of Art . During her studies, Cronberg assisted Acne Paper with various tasks, leading to her being hired post-graduation as the editor of the publication.
Cronberg left Acne Paper to begin Vestoj in 2009. Produced under the patronage of the London College of Fashion since 2014, Vestoj paints a holistic, considered portrait of the fashion industry as interpreted through a variety of specialist lens, showcasing visual spreads alongside the expertise of academics.
Vestoj is published as a platform for critical thinking on fashion and today includes the journal, an online platform, and regular live performances, all intended to question and reflect on why we wear what we wear.