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Anna Wintour

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Emily Quach

on 21 January 2014

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Transcript of Anna Wintour

Anna Wintour

Who is Anna Wintour?
A Vogue Editor
Early Life
Born November 3, 1949 in London, England. (now age 63)

Present Day
"I want Vogue to be pacy, sharp, and sexy, I'm not interested in the super-rich or infinitely leisured. I want our readers to be energetic, executive women, with money of their own and a wide range of interests...There is a new kind of woman out there. She's interested in business and money. She doesn't have time to shop anymore. She wants to know what and why and where and how."
Works from Anna Wintour
A powerful woman in fashion.
As a teenager, she made the decision to drop out of her fancy finishing school and aimed for a life that revolved around the Tony London life.
At age 15, she started dating well-connected older men which helped her be connected with the editorial life.
She started slow working between New York and London publishing companies and working her way up to Vogue.
She is known for her oversized dark glasses, high heels, sharp bob hairstyle and icy demeanor.
In 1988, she was named editor-in-chief of Vogue
Her way to Vogue.
1. Surrounded by journalists her entire life.
2. Moved to New York in the late 70's after working for 5 years on a magazine in London
3. Upon arriving to the states, she went to Vogue as a creative director
4. Went back to London 3 years later to be editor in chief of British Vogue.
5. Returned to the US to work briefly as editor in chief at House & Garden.
6. Appointed Editor in chief at Vogue in 1988 and has been there since.
Interested in journalism because her father was a newspaper editor and was surrounded by fashion and writing which became connected to her.
Editor in Chief at Vogue Magazine.
Wintour appears unfazed by criticism about her in the media, but what doesn't seem to get much mention is her charitable work.
she raised money after the Twin Tower Attack on September 11th.
With the Council of Fashion Designers of America, she also helped create a new fund to encourage and support up-and-coming designers.
Every year, she also organizes a fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's costume department, which has brought in some $50 million over the years.
Anna Wintour became a force in the fashion world, not only through her decisions about what to feature in her magazine, but also by breaking in newer designers and celebrating their styles.
“You either know fashion or you don’t.”
“Create your own style…
let it be unique for yourself
and yet identifiable for others.”

“Fashion is not beautiful, neither is it ugly.
Why should it be either? Fashion is Fashion”
“Fashion’s not about looking back.
It’s always about looking forward.”
“There is something about fashion that can make people really nervous.”
“[The democratization of luxury] means more people are going to get better fashion. And the more people who can have fashion, the better.”
“Just be true to yourself, and listen as much as one is able to to other people whose opinions you respect and look up to but in the end it has to come from you. You can’t really worry too much by looking to the left and the right about what the competition is doing or what other people in your field are doing. It has to be a true vision.”
By Emily Quach,
Ryanne Tambidao
Lacey Lingan

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