After observing Anna Wintour last week, I think I've discerned Anna's Seven Deadly Tells, those subtle (and not-so-subtle) changes in her demeanor that signal what's really on her mind.
Women have replaced the prison of the kitchen with the prison of an unachievable body shape. The more powerful a woman is, the more likely she is to be bulimic.
The global economic crisis has hastened the demise of the already toppling fashion establishment.
Taking on the role of New York fashion's mother hen, Diane von Furstenberg was pivotal in the planning of this year's fashion week.
Here are some recommendations for eyeglass makeovers, because from Keith Olbermann to Rachel Maddow, who doesn't love a new look?
Together, Coddington and Wintour - who started at Vogue on the same day decades ago - embody the age-old power struggle of art vs. commerce.
Get the people back in our stores! Anna Wintour's message was heard loud and clear on Thursday evening for the first edition -- and let's hope, not the last -- of Fashion's Night Out in New York.
This was Anna Wintour's push to revitalize an industry that needs the consumer. After all, the ad pages of Vogue are shrinking quicker then a cheep polyester blend in the dryer.
In reality, Fashion's Night Out became an evening cruising for food, booze and the best celebrity sightings ever.
Rather like the summer of 1914, the time of The September Issue was the perfect glossy loveliness before the crash -- with everyone flying high on a haze of fashion, with Anna Wintour firmly in charge.
The people in this film reveal that if you are passionate about your work there is never a point where you sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.
The movie shows us first-hand Anna Wintour's immeasurable iron-fisted influence on fashion's greats: A scene featuring Stefano Pilati, creative director and head designer at the powerhouse that is Yves Saint Laurent.
It's Anna Wintour's world - the rest of us are just accessories.
Coco Chanel and Anna Wintour both managed to become living incarnations of that 20th-century obsession (that we now take entirely for granted), the brand. The brand is king. And queen. And God.
Greed has killed the fashion industry. After nearly two decades of getting fleeced, the middle market consumer has wised up and stopped buying.
Just like wearing sunglasses in a club at night makes you laughable, so does wearing them on your head indoors when you have no intention of going outside.