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Behold: Anna Wintour’s Glorious ‘Business of Fashion’ Cover

I am loving this shot of Anna. One of my favorite things about her is her self-assuredness. We can call her "head of state for American fashion" all we want – but trust me, she is already well aware of that.

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Fashionista | Stephanie Saltzman

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Anna Wintour’s power cover is here. The Vogue editor-in-chief, Condé Nast creative director, and BoF-dubbed “most powerful figure in fashion” appears on Business of Fashion’s America-themed special print edition, photographed by (who else?) Patrick Demarchelier. Wintour poses – wearing her signature sunglasses – in front of an American flag, with her arms crossed triumphantly across her chest. 

In the accompanying copy, BoF describes Wintour as “head of state for American fashion.” The issue also acknowledges the political climate in the United States today, highlighting the importance of diversity in the fashion industry by “[spotlighting] the talented immigrants at the creative helms of four of the greatest American fashion brands: Calvin Klein, Coach, Diane von Furstenberg, and Oscar de la Renta as they reposition themselves for today’s new retail reality.”

As for Wintour’s gloriously Americana-themed cover? She looks every bit the part of Madam President. If only. 

Head over to BoF for more.

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