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5-metre pedestals, an Anna Wintour puppet... COVID-19 changed fashion shows but the runway will survive

Australian Fashion Week, which starts next Monday, is touting itself as one of the first live fashion shows since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Runway shows will feature established labels as well as younger designers. For decades, journalists, editors, buyers, celebrities and taste-makers would descend twice a year on Paris, New York, London and Milan to attend the famous fashion weeks, where global and emerging designers present new collections in runway shows. Tokyo, Shanghai, Seoul and Moscow have joined these four global fashion centres, along with Australian cities. Fashion shows began in the early 1900s. Their primary purpose has always been...
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Anna Wintour to cast wide net for Alexi McCammond replacement at Teen Vogue

It’s back to the drawing board for Anna Wintour. Although there were a handful of other candidates in the running to take over Teen Vogue before Wintour’s top pick of Alexi McCammond blew up in her face, the Condé Nast chief content officer won’t be defaulting to a runner-up, sources said.
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Even Anna Wintour couldn’t save Alexi McCammond from cancel culture: report

Anna Wintour, the notoriously high-powered Vogue executive, was aware of the tweets that would eventually lead to Alexi McCammond's resignation but hired her anyway and then couldn't save her from outraged staffers, according to The New York Times. McCammond's tenure as editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue ended before it ever began...
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Teen Vogue editor, 27, resigns over anti-Asian tweets she wrote as a teenager after Conde Nast lost a seven-figure ad campaign over her appointment: Anna Wintour KNEW about racist tweets but still hired her 13 days ago

Teen Vogue's new editor Alexi McCammond has resigned less than two weeks after taking the job over anti-Asian tweets she wrote as a teenager which surfaced online and cost Conde Nast a seven-figure ad campaign. McCammond's resurfaced tweets include one in which she wrote: 'Googling how to not wake up...
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The Real Reason Anna Wintour Always Wears Sunglasses

If there's a queen of fashion in America, the crown most definitely belongs to Anna Wintour. The longtime editor-in-chief of Vogue and artistic director of Condé Nast may be 71, but she's just as stylish as ever — and you'd recognize her iconic look from a mile away. Wintour is known for her chic bob and penchant for always wearing oversized black sunglasses.
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Heidi Klum, Anna Wintour and Kate Hudson join forces for a good cause at the virtual Breast Cancer Research Foundation's annual Palm Beach luncheon

COVID-19 scuppered plans for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation's annual Palm Beach Symposium and Luncheon this year. However, thanks to ingenuity on the part of the organizers and the cooperation of help of some big name celebrities, like Heidi Klum, Kate Hudson and Anna Wintour, the 2021 event was able to happen virtually on Thursday.
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Anna Wintour Explains Controversial Kamala Harris Vogue Cover

Vogue is a magazine that, for many, epitomizes high fashion. Over the years, everyone from Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin to George Clooney has been featured on the cover. The New York-based publication is helmed by the fierce and fashionable Anna Wintour — who has herself become a major celebrity, a staple at fashion shows and various red carpet events. While millions of readers love Vogue, the magazine has caused some controversy, with the February 2021 issue, featuring Vice President Kamala Harris being a prime example.
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Anna Wintour giving into the Twitter mob means we’re in for a long four years

Anna Wintour no longer edits Vogue. Twitter does. After the wokerati had a collective grand mal seizure upon seeing Vogue’s Kamala Harris cover last week, Vogue announced on Tuesday it would replace that cover. The overall criticism was that Vogue treated the first female, black, South Asian to become Vice...
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Vogue’s Anna Wintour Defend’s The Magazines Controversial Kamala Harris Cover

Anna Wintour issues a responsein defense of the Vogue Magazine over the controversial cover of vice president-elect Kamala Harris. The cover, posted on Vogue Magazine’s social media pages, sparked a whirl of criticism from Instagram and Twitter users over the lack of consideration that went into the cover. Many found the image unbecoming for the next vice-president of the United States.
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Anna Wintour defends controversial Kamala Harris Vogue cover

Vogue’s editor-in-chief Anna Wintour is standing by her magazine’s polarizing cover shot of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. Harris, 56, fronts the fashion bible’s February issue photographed by Tyler Mitchell in her own blazer, jeans and Converse sneakers, leading some to criticize the photo choice as “insulting” and “a poor representation of [a] woman of color in power.”

Anna Wintour Defends Controversial Vogue Cover Of Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris

CHARLOTTE, NC. – After receiving widespread backlash over Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris’ Vogue cover, the magazine’s Editor-In-Chief Anna Wintour is speaking out. She spoke on the Sway podcast and said, in part, “I just want to reiterate that it was absolutely not our intention to, in any way, diminish the importance of the Vice President-Elect’s incredible victory. When the two images arrived at Vogue, all of us felt very, very strongly that the less formal portrait of the Vice President-Elect really reflected the moment that we were living in, which we were in the midst, as we still are, of the most appalling pandemic that is taking lives by the minute.”
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Anna Wintour Responds To Backlash Over Kamala Harris’ ‘Vogue’ Cover

Anna Wintour, is responding to the social media backlash over her selection of the February cover featuring Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris. Many have called out the Global director of Vogue and Condé Nast's worldwide chief content officer for Harris’ look on the cover, which many called “disrespectful.” On Tuesday (Jan. 12), Wintour issued a statement to the New York Times addressing the criticism saying that the Vogue team“ understood the reaction.”
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Kamala Harris' Vogue cover defended by Anna Wintour amid controversy

Anna Wintour is sticking to her guns. The iconic fashionista, 71, serves as the editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine, which recently announced that Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will serve as the cover star for its February 2021 issue. The publication's announcement was made on Twitter on Sunday alongside two photos of...