Today, President-Elect Donald Trump met with top editors at Condé Nast, several of whom have taken extremely adversarial stances against Trump (Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter, who coined the term “short-fingered vulgarian,” perhaps most of all), in an off-the-record meeting.
Following the aftermath of Donald Trump’s ascent to the presidency, New Yorker editor in chief David Remnick sat down with President Obama on November 10 for a long-ranging conversation about the future of our country in the hands of Donald Trump.
Anna Wintour, the greying éminence grise of fashion, submitted to questioning at the 92nd Street Y last night. The once publicity-shy editor has been increasingly visible lately — perhaps because she fears for her job.
Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of Vogue and global fashion éminence grise, rarely speaks at length publicly. (When Cathy Horyn, fashion critic for the New York Times, profiled her last February, she got Karl Lagerfeld, French megamogul François-Henri Pinault, and Marc Jacobs's business partner, Robert Duffy, on the…