A New Book on Editor Anna Wintour Reinforces Her Powerful Persona

From a story on cjr.org by Haley Mlotek headlined “The Final Boss”:

So many media bosses dress the same—Veilance windbreakers or Patagonia fleece vests, leather Lanvin or Nike Flyknit sneakers, Brunello Cucinelli T-shirts with Levi’s 514s—the uniformity of their wardrobes in stark sartorial contrast to the volatility of the journalism business. But then there is Anna Wintour—who, for more than thirty years, has been the editor in chief of Vogue, a fixture and a force in the fashion industry who has also risen through the C-suite of Condé Nast. In her current role—as worldwide chief content officer, a title invented for her and one of unprecedented power in the history of magazine publishing—she oversees the editorial work of every Condé Nast publication domestically and internationally.