Biography Anna Wintour
Anna Wintour has been with Vogue since 1988 as Editor-in-Chief for Condé Nast since 2020 Global Chief Content Officer. She also worked as Vogue Global Editorial Director and Artistic Director of Condé Nast.
The era of Anna Windour
Anna was born on November 3, 1949 in Hampstead, London, United Kingdom. He is 72 years old.
Anna Wintour Height
Anna stands at a height of 1.7 m / 5ft 6 in height.
Anna studied at the Independent College School in North London. But because of her growing interest in fashion, she dropped out of school and enrolled in a Harrods training program.
Anna Wintour family
Anna’s parents are Charles Windour, who worked as the author of The Evening Law and Eleanor Trego Walker, the daughter of well-known parents, when her son was apart.
Anna Wintour’s husband
Anna married her first ex-husband, psychiatrist David Shaffer, in 1984 and together they have two children. Charles (35) and Bee (33) divorced in 1999. He then met Shelby Bryan and they exchanged vows in 2004, then divorced in September 2020).
Salary Anna Wintour
Anna earns an annual salary of 2 million dollars. This is according to the salaries of Vogue editors.
Anna Wintour Net worth
Anna has an estimated net worth of $ 40 million.
Career Anna Wintour
Anna worked as an assistant editor at ‘Narrers & Queen’. She then moved to work with one of her friends who was a freelance journalist, having worked for a time at ‘Нарреr’ѕ & Queen’. She then worked for “Narrer’ѕ Vazаar” as a modern editor, but was fired after nine months, then hired in the adult magazine, with the help of her boyfriend, but closed her boyfriend. She started working with ‘vаvvу’ magazine as a fashion editor and fashion editor with ‘Nеw Yоrk’. He learned many things about fashion editing under the supervision of Edward Kosner.
She had the opportunity to work as Creative Director for the American “Vogue” after three years, then she became the editor-in-chief of the British “Vogue”. She moved to “Home and Garden” after two years of working with fashion. Later she had a golden opportunity, she returned to New York after becoming the editor-in-chief of the American “Vogue”.