drawn into another reality. She creates a world where both science and fantasy are to be

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drawn into another reality. She creates a world where both science and fantasy are to be found. Wintour is also both an introvert and an extrovert, which is another characteristic of a creative person. She displays both of these traits when in the thick of her work at Vogue, she is extremely outspoken and has many views. Always in the centre of controversy and consistently standing up for her beliefs, such as her defence against PETA (where she is one the most targeted people by PETA sue to her use of fur in Vogue), whereas at parties, she never stays more then ten minutes and prefers to be out of the limelight when it does not concern her work. Her ability to be both rebellious and conservative all at once is another trait to be integral…show more content…
Daughter to Charles Wintour, the editor of the London Evening Standard newspaper, and born into quite a privileged back-ground, it was always expected that she do great things. However she was always quite rebellious and had a tendency to do things her way. She dropped out of her London Finishing school and opted for a life typical of the 60’s, a life revolving around clubs. One of her main sources of inspiration was her father, Charles Wintour. She inherited her management style as a tough, stern editor from the man who was nicknamed ‘Chilly Charlie’. He was a decorated World War II veteran, and his stern, almost military way of running the Evening Standard were what she took on to manage at Vogue. "People respond well to people who are sure of what they want," (60 minutes, 2009.) She has had to face a number of obstacles however: In 2008 the economy had worsened and she faced claims that her cover of Gisele Bundchen and LeBron James, had racist connotations. Her other spin off magazine Vogue Living was suspended indefinitely and an accidental front cover remark between a feuding pair of celebrities, added to the belief that Wintour had lost her touch. To counteract these obstacles, she did a number of things, including going out more into the public media eye, (she appeared on the Late Show with David Lettermen to defend the relevance of fashion in a tough economy). As well as this, a short film, ‘The September Issue’ was created, in order to give a
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