Intimidating, ruthless, painfully curt—there’s no shortage of unpleasant stereotypes to describe the fashion world’s most noble empress. But what most of us are in the dark about—despite cinematic depictions of a devil dressed in Prada—others have seen first-hand. Former British Vogue editor in chief Alexandra Shulman is one of them—and she adds her version into the mix in this weekend’s issue of AirMail.
The current Mail on Sunday columnist, who served at the top of the British magazine’s executive coterie from 1992 to 2017, making her the longest in the edition’s history to do so, invited us out of the Wintour abyss with her own honest testimonial (titled Shady
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