After three immensely successful decades, a new season may be about to debut in Vogue Magazine‘s top office.
Noted gossipmongers Page Six claim editor in chief Anna Wintour is preparing to leave her post in the middle of the year, after wrapping up her work on the magazine’s massively influential September issue.
Citing a bevy of unnamed sources, the publication states the 68-year-old fashion behemoth will step down after the summer wedding of her daughter Bee Schaffer to Francesco Carrozzini, himself the son of former Italian Vogue editor Franca Sozzani.
The move would see Wintour exit perhaps the single most powerful post in the entire fashion industry, leaving the door open for another titan to come in and make their very, very chic mark.
Vogue UK editor Edward Enninful has reportedly been suggested as a potential replacement.
However, a spokesperson for Vogue’s parent company Condé Nast has utterly rebuked the suggestion Wintour is donezo.
“We emphatically deny these rumors,” they said.
So, all of this could be BS – or one of the more seismic changes to the fashion world in recent memory.