But the Queen struggled to attach the insignia to the editor's pink belted Chanel outfit during the ceremony.Dame Anna said: "She couldn't find where to put the brooch.She was editor of British Vogue between 1985-87 before taking the helm of the US magazine in 1988.Dame Anna, who has spent almost 30 years editing the fashion bible, described the Duke of Edinburgh as an "inspiration to us all" following the announcement that he will retire from public service in the autumn.“When you go to a nice restaurant, you want to be relaxed and have a drink and everything, you want to look at people who look well.You don’t want to look at some slob with an open shirt and a hairy chest. “I wouldn’t take it as a compliment if someone looked at one of my shoes and said, ‘Oh, that looks like a comfortable shoe.’ There is a heel that is too high to walk in, certainly. "I congratulated her on Prince Philip's service because obviously that's so remarkable and such an inspiration to us all." Princess Diana of Wales, Washington Post owner Katheryn Graham, Anna Wintour, Ralph Lauren, and Georgetown University President Leo J.
”Inside the European sculpture garden, Kendall and Kylie Jenner (the former in a glittery thong-exposing backless La Perla gown) posted up by the bar with Ansel Elgort and a crew of millennial models while a nearby Stephen Colbert chatted with the White House Correspondents’ Dinner’s most recent host, former correspondent Hasan Minhaj."We have a tradition of always covering whoever is the first lady at Vogue and I can’t imagine that this time would be any different,” Wintour told the publication.She's got a point, but some might argue that this administration may call for an exception to that hallowed, more-than-a-century-old tradition.So I project my fantasy to the clothes, and now all I do is light, light clothes because it’s the one thing I don’t have.That is why I’m too afraid to lose weight because then I might make heavy clothes.” — 39.