If you thought the Met Costume Institute’s upcoming exhibit Punk: Chaos To Couture was going to be some sort of nudity filled free-for-all, think again: the Vampyre Anna Wintour is never sleeping, always watching, to make sure it doesn’t get too crazy. More
In search of some nice, cool shade to sit in and read a book, and perhaps eat a sandwich? Look no further than Anna Wintour‘s latest (alleged) diss on Kim Kardashian, which contains enough shade for the entire African continent and some of South America, too. More
Anna Wintour has already gone on the record saying there’s zero chance she’d ever leave her job at Vogue to be an ambassador to her native UK or France, but that hasn’t stopped certain members of the press from razzing the Obama administration about its rumored shortlisting of her for such a position. More
As you may know, there’s been some talk floating around that Anna Wintour may be up for a US ambassadorship, either to France or to her native UK. Many people think she’s under qualified for the job because running a fashion magazine is a stupid girl job, while Anna herself has said via her reps that she’s “very happy” at Vogue. Which is a shame, because I think it would be a great move for both Anna herself and America in general. Here are seven reasons Anna Wintour should be a US ambassador. More
That is… something no one has ever said before about Anna Wintour. Until right now! Fenton Bailey, the co-director of “In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye” says, of meeting style legend Anna Wintour: More
Wait, is that… right? Also, how is Anna Wintour the Queen of the Empire of Fashion?
I mean, by editing Vogue, but I would think that does not mean that you can whimsically issue bans on Ann Romney like some 80 year old billionaire matriarch whispering to the maitre d at Michael’s that Lindsay Lohan should not be allowed in. I say this like this is something I have witnessed. For the record, I never saw Brooke Astor place a Michael’s ban on Lindsay Lohan. It seems unlikely Lindsay Lohan goes to Michael’s. Pretty sure that hit was in regard to Lavo. More
The latest issue of American Vogue gives us a sneak peek into Vogue creative director Grace Coddington‘s memoir, and from what I’ve read of it so far, it’s absolutely fascinating. It starts with Grace leaving her home in Wales at age 17 to go to London and be a model in 1958(!), and goes on to detail many stories of the naughty, bohemian, fun life she had there, St. Tropez, and elsewhere. It also contains many surprising facts. Here are six of them (all taken from the excerpt), plus the great vintage photos from Grace’s life that Vogue included with it. If the rest of the book is as good as this part, I’m going to burn through it in a week. More
Anna Wintour and Andre Leon Talley hate Diana Vreeland, the color red, and “whimsy.” More
Handsomeness soothes the savage vampyre. More
If you are for some reason still laboring under the delusion that New York Fashion Week is anything other than a primitive, Hobbesian nightmare wherein underfed people compete physically and mentally with one another for alpha dog status, here is a story for you. More
It’s like a golden shower, only more degrading. More
Do you like rumors that are entirely predictable but nonetheless confirm what you already suspected about the relationship between Vogue editrix Anna Wintour and reality star Kim Kardashian? Of course you do.
Despite the fact that she called him “trashy.” Why in the world did she agree to this? More