Anna Wintour is a British-American fashion journalist and editor-in-chief of American ‘Vogue,’ a monthly fashion and lifestyle magazine. Her journey in fashion journalism began in England when she worked with two British magazines. She then moved to the US and worked in publications like ‘Harper's Bazaar,’ ‘Viva,’ ‘New York,’ and ‘House & Garden.’ She went back to England to join the British ‘Vogue.’ She then joined the magazine’s New York wing where she became the editor-in-chief in July 1988. She played an instrumental role in reviving the magazine, which was struggling at that time. She transformed the publication into a more youthful and receptive magazine, focusing on modern perception on style and fashion. She was made the artistic director of ‘Condé Nast,’ the publisher of ‘Vogue.’ She is noted for her trademark dark sunglasses and bob haircut. Her reputedly stand-offish and demanding nature gave her the epithet ‘Nuclear Wintour.’ While she is largely acclaimed for supporting young designers, she often faces criticism for using the magazine as a platform to pass on the viewpoints of the elite society regarding beauty and femininity. She has also been criticized by animal rights activists for endorsing fur.