Anna Wintour has had a long history as Vogue’s editor-in-chief, a role she’s held since 1988.
So, while she’s kept things pretty safe with her fashion choices since then, she has spent the past two decades taking risks for the magazine.
Further proving her pop culture relevance, Wintour will appear on CBS, this weekend chatting with Hamish Bowles on “CBS Sunday Morning.”
Here’s a sneak peak from WWD.
One topic that comes up is risk-taking covers.
“I remember getting quite a bit of criticism for my first Madonna cover…
And you know, ‘She’ll never sell.’
And it was a little bit risky.
And it was up something extraordinary, like 40 percent on newsstands.
So that was an eye-opener to all of us.
Sometimes they’re successful and obviously sometimes they’re not
But you have to, I think, remain true to what you believe in.”
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