Vogue editor Anna Wintour made a dame for services to fashion and journalism

Today (May 5) Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of American Vogue, has been made a Dame by the Queen at Buckingham Palace for her services to fashion and journalism.

Editor-in-Chief, American Vogue and Artistic Director Dame Anna Wintour after receiving her Dame Commander from Queen Elizabeth II at an Investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace, London. Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire/PA Images

With her sharp, perfect bob and trademark sunglasses, British-born Wintour, 67, has earned a reputation as the most influential woman and a legend in the fashion industry.

Wintour was named on the Queen’s Honour List as Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in January.

She has been the Editor-in-Chief of American Vogue for almost 30 years, and is also Artistic Director of Conde Nast.

Wintour wore a stunning baby pink belted Chanel suit, with her statement sunglasses in true Anna fashion paired with a sparkling diamond choker.

Bee Shaffer, Anna Wintour’s daughter, took to Instagram to post a picture of her mum adorning her brooches and wearing her iconic sunglasses indoors. Legend.


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After throwing the Met Gala on Monday and being made a Dame on Friday, it’s safe to say that Anna Wintour has had a very busy week!

Congratulations, Dame Anna Wintour!


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