The editor-in-chief of Vogue became the protagonist of a special issue of one of the most influential publications in the fashion industry.
Is there something that Anna Wintour can't? Navrenoye, no. The editor-in-chief of American Vogue and the most influential person in the fashion industry stars in comedy shows, gets up every morning at five o'clock to play tennis before work, occupies leading positions at Conde Nast, boldly and categorically expresses his opinion, and now he is filmed for the covers. A special May issue of Business of Fashion magazine came out with a cover story for which Wintour posed in front of Patrick Demarchelier's lens in the form of "fashion president".
The editor-in-chief of the edition, Imran Amed, explained such a choice in his letter of the month: “If there were a fashion president, it would undoubtedly be Anna Wintour”. Well, there can be no doubt about that: Wintour is a true industry veteran. Joining the Conde Nast team in 1983, today she is the Creative Director of all publications owned by the media holding. In November, she will celebrate her 30th birthday as head of the American Fashion Bible.
In the interview, which can be found under the cover, Anna talks about the modern fashion industry and its future. In addition, Wintour evaluates the most popular American brands: Calvin Klein, Coach, Diane von Furstenberg and Oscar de lRenta. In a dress from the current collection of the first brand, she appeared on the cover of the magazine.