Sumary of Why politicians can’t resist striking a pose in Vogue:
- The communication may have been relatively neutral at the time, but its public breeze confirmed the tense relation between the two – one already politically powerful and the other on the boundary of becoming so.
- Stephanie Winston Wolcoff, a former US Vogue employee put in charge of seating editor Anna Wintour’s glamorous Met Ball, later became a white House adviser to Trump before supply a large recantation of the latter role in a book, Melania and Me.
- They [the Obamas] entangle the tale about her position had got rotate and they wanted to support her, Odell says.
- After gossips surfaced that Wintour was in the running to be the US ambassador to Britain in 2013 – an affix that did not materialise – Michelle Obama opened Wintour’s Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.