Anna Wintour Shares Her Creativity and Leadership Expertise in New MasterClass Series

Anna Wintour Shares Her Creativity and Leadership Expertise in New MasterClass Series

Perhaps you’ve wondered how Anna Wintour does it all. As the Editor-in-Chief of American Vogue—as well as Condé Nast Artistic Director and Global Content Advisor—she directs and shapes every element of the brand.

Now, thanks to MasterClass, you can gain unprecedented access to Wintour’s expertise in creativity and leadership. Launching today, Wintour’s 12 classes are available at MasterClass or on the MasterClass app, and draw on her 30+ years as editor-in-chief of the magazine. “I know many people are curious about who I am and how I approach my work,” she says. “This is a class for those who want to understand my leadership style and then understand the experiences that have helped me become an effective leader.”

If you’re intrigued by Wintour’s editorial eye, her advice for emerging designers, or the idea of peeking behind the curtain at 2019’s Met Gala, this in-depth series will provoke much thought. Listen as Wintour shares her thoughts on developing a creative vision, recognizing talent, making tough decisions, and owning who you are, without apology. Go behind the scenes of a key post-Fashion Week meeting or delve into the specifics of her tenure’s historic moments, including 2014’s “controversial” Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West cover, and May 1989’s surprising—to some—Madonna cover.

Watch Anna Wintour’s MasterClass series now at MasterClass.


A fashion and media icon, Anna Wintour has been driving our cultural conversation for more than 30 years.

Anna Wintour is offering a masterclass in how to make it in fashion

Including lessons on creativity and leadership, the Vogue icon has released 12 educational videos as part of the MasterClass series

Discussing some of Vogue’s most historic moments, sharing the stories of the likes of Miuccia Pradaand Michael Kors, and providing unprecedented access to the 2019 Met Gala, Anna Wintour has teamed up with MasterClass to share her top tips on how to run one of the world’s most influential fashion magazines.

Joining the likes of Annie Lebovitz and Diane von Furstenberg, the Vogue editor-in-chief has released a dozen videos on the educational resource company’s website and app. “It’s easy to become famous today. It isn’t always so easy to become successful,” she explained in a promotional interview with Good Morning America.

Bestowing her words of wisdom on anyone with internet access (oh, and a spare £200) this is a first for the fashion mogul –  “This is a class for those who want to understand my leadership style,” Wintour states in the trailer for the course. “I have never had the opportunity to share the many lessons I have learned as an editor and a creative leader in one place before.”

Gaining perspective on how to spot up-and-coming talents and trends, the course will also shed some light on how Wintour has remained one of fashion most recognisable and influential figures. As well

as discussing some of Vogue’s most historic moments, from Madonna’s 1989 cover to KimYe’s controversial 2014 appearance, the series is also sure to serve up some great, high-fashion drama. Sign us up!


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