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Anna Wintour Biography, Age, Husband, Children, House, Sunglasses, Salary, Interview

Anna Wintour born as Dame Anna Wintour DBE is a British-American journalist and editor who his an editor-in-chief of Vogue since 1988 and artistic director for Condé Nast, Vogue’s publisher, since 2013.

Anna Wintour Biography

Anna Wintour born as Dame Anna Wintour DBE is a British-American journalist and editor who his an editor-in-chief of Vogue since 1988 and artistic director for Condé Nast, Vogue’s publisher, since 2013.

She is known for her fashion trends and her support for younger designers, with her trademark pageboy bob haircut and dark sunglasses. She debuted in fashion journalism at two British magazines. She later moved to the US, with stints at New York and House & Garden. She went back to London and become the editor of British Vogue between 1985 and 1987. She assumed control of the franchise’s magazine in New York, after a year and revived what was seen as a stagnating publication.

Anna Wintour Age

Wintour was born on 3 November 1949 in Hampstead, London, United Kingdom. She is 69 years old as of 2018

Anna Wintour Family

She is the daughter of the late Charles Wintour, former editor of the Evening Standard, and the late Eleanor “Nonie” Trego Baker, former an American, a Harvard law professor. After her parent’s divorce, her father married Audrey Slaughter, a magazine editor who founded publications, who later become her stepmother. She has two brothers and a sister, her brother Patrick Wintour is the diplomatic editor of The Guardian. Her third brother who died as a child in a car accident.

Anna Wintour Husband

She has been married twice. She first married David Shaffer, the Irving Philips Professor of Child Psychiatry in the Departments of Psychiatry and Pediatrics. They married in 1984 and divorced in 1999. She is married to Shelby Bryan, telecommunications pioneer, futurist, international business executive, entrepreneur, and venture capitalist. The couple married in 2004

Anna Wintour Children | Anna Wintour Kids | Anna Wintour Son

She has two children; Her daughter Bee Shaffer born on 31 July 1987 and her son Charles Shaffer born in 1985

Anna Wintour House

Her long Island home was built in 1820 on Forge River, Long Island

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Anna Wintour Sunglasses

People were furious that Wintour didn’t take her sunglasses off for the Queen and criticized her online, but the associate director of Debrett’s, an etiquette advisory company, told Business Insider that, she was not formally introduced to The Queen, and her sunglasses were very much her trademark

Anna Wintour Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of around $35 million

Anna Wintour Salary

earn an annual salary of $2 million

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Anna Wintour Interview

Anna Wintour Reveals What You Should Actually Wear to a Job Interview

Source: thecut.com

In a new video series called, “Go Ask Anna,” the notoriously tight-lipped Vogue editor-in-chief allows a lucky few plebeians to ask her some questions.

The latest: What should you wear to a job interview with Anna Wintour?

It’s a question we’ve asked for years. How does one impress the most fashionable woman on earth? What are the rules? (Besides no all-black.) Past interviewees have gone to extraordinary lengths to please Wintour. Some spent a full paycheck they didn’t yet have. (Actually, make that three paychecks.) Others borrowed clothes or bought something then returned it.

As many will be surprised to learn, this is the opposite of what Wintour thinks you should do.

“It’s so interesting to me how people dress when they come in for interviews,” Wintour says in the video. “Sometimes you feel they’re wearing clothes that they just bought that morning, or maybe the night before, and not something that in any way suits their personality and who they are. I think what everyone should remember, whether they’re interviewing at Vogue or indeed anywhere, that we’re not hiring your wardrobe. Your wardrobe is not going to be doing the job for you — it’s who you are.”

So, what outfit will actually get you the job?

“I’ll always remember a young man who came in in a dress and a handbag, and I gave him the job on the spot,” Wintour adds. “You have to dress for yourself. It’s the same for any job you might be going for. I think it doesn’t do yourself a service to fake it.”

Still, it might be a good idea to avoid all-black.