Vogue has shut down the rumour that Anna Wintour could be on her way out at Condé Nast.
According to The Cut, a representative of the famous magazine asserted that the fashion mogul-editor-in-chief isn’t going anywhere. “There’s zero truth to the story,” the spokesperson told the Cut, an alsod the parent company, Condé Nast denied claims that Wintour was leaving the company.
The rumour of Wintour’s exit was first published on “Page Six”, in a report that cited a number of sources who said Wintour is going to exit her role this summer after her daughter’s wedding in July. The report also speculated who would replace the 68-year-old British editor.
The report generated major buzz on social media, and now, thankfully has been dismissed as false.
The Cut adds that “Anna Wintour has served as Vogue’s editor-in-chief since 1988, and in 2013, she was given oversight over all of Condé Nast’s publications when she was named the media company’s artistic director.”
It is difficult to imagine a Vogue and a Condé Nast without Wintour,” the report concluded.