Anna Wintour, the British-born editor of U.S. Vogue, was made a dame by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth on Friday for services to fashion and journalism.
Wintour, 67, has been at the helm of the magazine for almost 30 years, a reign that has made her one of the most influential voices in high-end fashion.
Wintour told reporters that the queen had struggled to pin her award to her clothing.
“She couldn’t find where to put the brooch,” she told the .
Known for her cool demenaour on fashion show front rows, Wintour smiled broadly after the ceremony at Buckingham Palace, which she attended with her daughter Bee Shaffer.
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