Anna Wintour

A British-American journalist and editor-in-chief of the top fashion magazine Vogue, Dame Anna Wintour is a famous international fashion icon known for her immense hard work in the fashion world and her support for younger designers.

A British-American journalist and editor-in-chief of the top fashion magazine Vogue, Dame Anna Wintour is a famous international fashion icon known for her immense hard work in the fashion world and her support for younger designers. With her trademark pageboy bob haircut and dark designer sunglasses, she is praised as an important figure in the fashion world. Her demanding personality has earned her the nickname “Nuclear Wintour” and “Wintour of Our Discontent”.


* A person who is determined, competitive, intimidating, and demanding.

* Strong editor-in-chief of the globally renowned “VOGUE” magazine

* Conde Nast’s Artistic Director

* The Devil Wears Prada, a popular novel and film, was based on this character.

* Iconic Pageboy bob, big sunglasses, and icy attitude


Anna Wintour was born in Hampstead, London, on November 3, 1949. She was born in the United Kingdom and then moved to New York, New York. She is the daughter of Charles Wintour, an editor at the Evening Standard, and Eleanor Trego Baker, a Harvard law professor’s daughter. In 1979, her parents divorced and separated. After that, Anna’s father, Charles Wintour, married Audrey Slaughter, a magazine director who later became Anna’s stepmother. Anna Baker, the daughter of a Pennsylvania businessman, was Wintour’s maternal grandmother’s name.

Anna’s great-great-great-grandmother was Lady Elizabeth Foster, an 18th-century novelist, and her granduncle was Sir Vere Foster, the last Baronet of that name. Gerald, Patrick, James, and Nora are her four siblings. Gerald, her older brother, died in a traffic accident when he was a teenager. Patrick, her younger brother, is a journalist who works for The Guardian as the diplomatic editor, while James and Nora have worked in London local government and for foreign non-governmental organizations, respectively.

She went to the North London Collegiate School, which is a private school in North London. She often violated the dress code at school by extending the hemlines of her skirts. At the age of 14, she had a bob haircut. As a frequent viewer of Cathy McGowan on “Ready Steady Go” and from the issues of seventeen that her grandmother had sent, she demonstrated her keen interest in fashion. When her father was contemplating ways to increase leadership in the youth industry, he would consult her on a regular basis.


Wintour, who was born into a loving family, displayed an early proclivity for doing things her own way. Her father paved the way for her into the world of fashion by securing her a job at the Biba boutique when she was just 15 years old. She made the decision as a teenager to forego academics, dropping out of high school and living the life she wanted. She started dating well-connected older men when she was 15 years old. With her signature hairstyle, she started attending Harrods’ training program and taking fashion lessons. Richard, her boyfriend, gave her magazine production experience at his famous and contentious Oz.

Anna began her career in fashion journalism in 1970, when she was employed as one of the first editorial assistants at Haper’s & Queen fashion magazine. Even at this early stage in her career, Wintour expressed to coworkers her desire to edit VOGUE, a desire that eventually led her to the influential role she holds today after a 20-year struggle. She met with Hodin, one of her classmates, who assisted her in securing a venue for groundbreaking shoots by Helmut Newton, Jim Lee, and other cutting-edge photographers.

In 1975, she started as a junior editor at Haper’s Bazaar in New York City. After nine months of work, the editor Tony fired her due to her creative shoots.

Her friend Bradshaw then introduced her to Bob Marley. Bradshaw helped her land her first work as a fashion editor at Viva, a women’s adult magazine. It was her first job that she was able to employ a personal assistant, and it was at this job where she established her reputation as a demanding and challenging boss.

She ended her relationship with Bradshaw and began dating Michel, a French record producer. In 1980, she returned to work as a fashion editor for a new magazine called Savy, replacing Elsa Klench. She founded herself as a diligent career lady by obtaining the position.

She became the fashion editor of New York the next year, where her fashion trend spread and her photoshoots eventually started to draw others’ attention.

She discovered how effective celebrity covers sold copies when working on a cover with Rachel Ward. In 1983, she began working at Vogue. Anna received her first editorship in 1985, when she took over the UK edition of Vogue after Miller retired. She removed much of the staff and exerted much more influence over the publication than any previous publisher, gaining her the moniker “Nuclear Wintour,” and those who remained became known as “The Wintour of Our Discontent.”

Anna Wintour returned to New York in 1987 to take over House & Garden, which had long lagged behind rival Architectural Digest in circulation, and Conde Nast hoped she could boost it. She made dramatic personnel changes once again, creating problems for the publication. She became the editor of US Vogue after ten months. This time, it was more about overall lifestyles rather than fashion. She changed the cover of Vogue magazine, something she had always wanted to do. With the fear that Vogue would lose its dominance, Anna was given complete autonomy, and in her three-decade reign, she completed the task, restoring Vogue’s dominance. On her cover, she declared the end of the supermodel era, displaying a preference for celebrities over models.

When Vogue put its entire archive online in 2011, Wintour said, “Let’s just do it,” and it turned out to be so normal that she claimed it was fresh and different.

Gigi Hadid paid tribute to Wintour’s first cover in August 2014, and it marked a significant shift for Vogue. Vogue reached its peak of popularity under Wintour’s editorship, as it renewed its emphasis on fashion and reclaimed the dominance it had under Vreeland. Against the other three rivals, Vogue remained the market leader.

Kate Betts praised Wintour for steering Vogue in the right direction. “Teen Vogue,” “Vogue Living,” and “Men’s Vogue” are three of Wintour’s spinoffs.

For this brand expansion, AdAge called her “EDITOR OF THE YEAR.”

In the 2008 Birthday Honours, Queen Elizabeth II called her a “Officer of the Order of the British Empire” (OBE) for her contributions to fashion and journalism.

When she was still at Vogue, Conde Nast named Wintour as the creative director for the company’s publication in 2013. On the tenth anniversary of the publication of “The Devil Wears Prada,”

The ringer noted how Anna’s name had been involved since the film’s portrayal of Miranda in 2016, which is supposed to be based on the real story life of Anna. In the year 2019,

She appeared in the film “The Fashion Fund,” and Forbes called her the world’s 39th most influential woman.


Anna’s relationship did not work well for her at all. Initially, she tied the knot with David Shaffer in 1984 and had two children together; Charlie in 1985 and Katherine(Bee) in 19887. However, the couple got separated and divorced in 1999. It was claimed that she had an affair with investor Shelby Bryan which ended Anna’s and David’s marriage. But she declines to comment. However, Wintour lives in New York with her longtime boyfriend Shelby Bryan. Her daughter Bee Shaffer, being a star kid who always opted to remain out of the spotlight most of her life, recently came up in news for her wedding with Francesco Carrozzini, son of the late editor-in-chief of Vogue Italia.

Wintour is a philanthropist. She serves as a trustee of the “Metropolitan Museum of Art” in New York, where she has organized benefits that have raised $50 million for the Costume Institute. She began the CFDA/VOGUE Fund in order to encourage, support, and mentor unknown fashion designers and also has raised over $10 million for AIDS charities.

Wintour claims to rise before 6 in the morning, play tennis, have her hair and makeup done, then gets to Vogue’s offices, rarely stays at parties for more than 20 min and goes to bed by 10:15 every night. She always arrives at fashion shows well before the scheduled time. Her staff claim that she reads everything written for publication.

Anna Wintour has been a supporter of the Democratic Party since Hillary Clinton’s 2000 Senate run and John Kerry’s 2004 presidential run and serving Barack Obama’s 2008 and 2012presidential runs as a bundler of contribution.


Anna Wintour is 5ft 4inch / 163 cm tall in height. She has a fit body of 60 kg( 132 lbs) in weight. Her body measures breasts of 34B, a waist size of 24B, and hips of 35B. She has a shoe size of 8. She has black eye color and brown hair color.


Wintour was hired as one of the first editorial assistants of “HAPER’S AND QUEEN”. She secured the first position as a fashion editor at VIVA, a women’s adult magazine with the help of her friend Bradshaw. She was taken as the fashion editor for a magazine named SAVVY. The following year she became the fashion editor of New York. She then became the UK VOGUE magazine’s first creative director, a position with vaguely defined responsibilities, which she nailed. A few months later, she became the editor of US Vogue, where she made the models wear jeans for the first time in Vogue magazine. AdAge named her “Editor of the Year” for her contribution to fashion journalism.

She was appointed as “Officer of the order of the British Empire” by Queen Elizabeth II in 2008. Later in 2013, she was announced as the artistic director of Conde Nast magazine.

In 2014, the Metropolitan Museum of Art named its Costume Institute Complex after Wintour, which was opened by first lady Michelle Obama and she was created as a “Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire”.

She was named the 39th most powerful woman in the world.


Anna Wintour, the leading fashion icon, the editor-in-chief of the famous magazine Vogue, and the artistic director of Conde Nast, has a net worth of $35 million in 2019. In addition to her net worth, she has a highly coveted position in the world of magazine publishing. She earns a yearly income of $2 million USD.

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