Anna Wintour Research Paper

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Anna Wintour, best known as the editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine. She has been an impact in fashion and journalism since the start of career. She was born on November 3, 1949, in London, England. At a very young age she knew what she wanted to become, and she did everything she could to make her dreams come true. She was basically born into a family of a journalist, so she knew exactly what she was born to do. She admired her father’s work, but she was determined to be different. At an early age Wintour was introduced to the world of journalism. Her father, Charles Wintour, was the editor for the London Evening Standard newspaper. Her father was the biggest influence to her interest in journalism.Charles personally consulted her on how to…show more content…
Since Wintour arrived at Vogue there were a lot of familiar faces on the cover of the magazine, such as, Kim Kardashian, Beyonce, Lady Gaga, and more. she switched the cover from models to famous celebrities that people were aware of. Paul Harris at The Guardian said, “she eventually landed the top Vogue job in America and immediately revamped what was then an ailing title.” She brought the magazine alive again. She turned the magazine into the best influential magazine people have ever seen, there hasn't been anything like it. Before Wintour got to Vogue there were a lot of magazines running all over Vogue, if she didn't go to Vogue who knows what it would be like today. Despite her claims, 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. She helped make the careers of such designers as Marc Jacobs and Alexander McQueen. In 2006, she made a deal with men’s designers, Thom Browne and Brooks Brothers, which helped Browne’s work appear in retail

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