Anna Wintour Net Worth $37 million
Anna Wintour salary $2,000,000
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Anna Wintour is a British-American journalist and editor and her current net worth is $37 million.
Born in Hampstead, London to Charles Wintour, editor of the Evening Standard, and Eleanor Trego Baker, the daughter of a Harvard law profession, her parents married in 1940 and divorced almost 40 years later.
She is the fifth of the couple’s children. Growing up, she attended the independent North London Collegiate School.
While there, she frequently rebelled against the dress code. She started wearing her hair in a bob since the age of 14.
Wintour started showing interest in fashion thanks to Cathy McGowan on Read Steady Go! show, which she used to watch.
The issues of Seventeen magazines which her grandmother sent from the US, were also a step in the fashion direction.
Since the age of 15 she started dating well-connected older men, and had a brief relationship with Piers Paul Read.
While in her later teens Nigel Dempster, with whom she became a fixture on the club circuit in London, gave Anna her first job.
At the age of 15 she started working at the influential Biba boutique, at the job gossip columnist Nigel Dempster found her.
The following year she dropped out of North London Collegiate and started a training program at Harrods.
At her parents’ advice, she also took fashion classes, but dropped out saying ‘you either know fashion or you don’t’.
Richard Neville, another older boyfriend, found Anna, her first experience of magazine production at his popular Oz.
She started her career in fashion journalism in 1970, after Harper’s Bazar UK merged with Queen to become Harper’s & Queen.
Back then, she used to tell her co-workers that one day she wanted to edit Vogue. And she did, since 1988 she is the editor-in-chief of Vogue.
In 2013 she started working as artistic director for Condé Nast, Vogue’s publisher.
She has become an important figure in the fashion industry, widely known for her eye for fashion trends and her support for younger designers.
Animal rights activists have attacked her for promoting fur, while other critics have charged her with using the magazine to promote elitist views of femininity and beauty.