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Topic - Anna Wintour
Twelve generations after John Winthrop left England in 1630 to seek religious liberty in Massachusetts, his descendant Matthew Winthrop Barzun will soon return as U.S. ambassador.
Conde Nast is expanding the role of Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. She has been named the company's artistic director.
First lady Michelle Obama will appear on the cover of Vogue magazine's April edition, which is set to hit the stands in the next week or two.
The party's over for Fashion's Night Out.
The U.S. ambassador in Moscow, Michael A. McFaul, warned Tuesday that the ban on Americans adopting Russian children will cripple the Kremlin's ability to track the progress of tens of thousands of youngsters already placed with U.S. families.
As Israel's ambassador to the United States, Danny Ayalon developed a strong friendship with President George W. Bush and personally arranged a multibillion-dollar U.S. loan package that allowed the Jewish state to raise foreign funds at low interest rates.
Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, John Quincy Adams and now Anna Wintour?
Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, John Quincy Adams ... and now Anna Wintour?
President Obama may have placed some limits on lobbyists serving in the White House, but he has had no problem continuing the timeworn Washington practice of doling out coveted diplomatic posts to big-money backers.
The last time Vogue creative director Grace Coddington was impressed by fashion, she was at a Balenciaga runway show in Paris.
Plenty of VIPs have come backstage to cheer the cast of "Peter and the Starcatcher." The prequel to "Peter Pan" has attracted the likes of Tyra Banks, Clive Owen, Anna Wintour and Bill Gates.
Designer Oscar de la Renta may be a celebrity favorite, but the feeling isn't mutual when it comes to stars and athletes who want to delve into fashion design.
Move over, "Project Runway" and "Fashion Star." There's a new — make that old — style show hitting to the catwalk this fall to reclaim the fascination of a new generation of fashionistas.
President Barack Obama soaked in the support _ and the campaign cash _ of Manhattan's elite entertainers Thursday as his re-election team sought to fill its fundraising coffers.
President Obama soaked in the support — and the campaign cash — of Manhattan's elite entertainers Thursday as his re-election team sought to fill its coffers.
Mary Jo Jacobi, a presidential adviser during two Republican administrations, said Wintour would be an unusual choice but possibly an effective one.
"As long as you're not imitating me, we're all good," the famously serious Ms. Wintour said.