Richard Quinn’s Fall/Winter 2018 show became very special with the appearance of Queen Elizabeth II. She arrived at the fashion show in an elegant mint green tweed. The Queen sat in the first row, next to the “steel lady” of the fashion village Anna Wintour. Anna wears a floral dress, wears a chain studded with large stones, and wears a large pair of sunglasses (even though she’s indoors).
Immediately after this image was shared, Anna received many criticisms. Specifically, netizens said that Anna was not polite when talking to the elderly while still wearing glasses. Later, in an interview with CNN, Anna said she didn’t know the Queen was coming to the show. In addition, she has just undergone an eye surgery, so she needs to wear glasses to protect her eyes and her image in front of the media.
However, contrary to the comments of netizens, the Queen did not care much about Anna Wintour wearing sunglasses. The two happily discussed the performance. After the show ended, the Queen presented the award “Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design” to designer Richard Quinn for his contributions to British fashion.
Back to Anna Wintour, whether she had eye surgery or not, her large sunglasses have always been her signature signature. In an interview in 2009, she said: “My sunglasses are like my shield, when I’m bored and can’t focus on work, I just put on sunglasses and bad things will happen. carefully shielded”.
However, she does not always wear sunglasses. In solemn events like the Met Gala or the award ceremony of the British Empire Medal in 2018, Anna took off her famous glasses.
Anna Wintour was born in 1949 in England. She is best known as the Editor-in-Chief of Vogue and the Artistic Director of Condé Nast Group. In addition, since 2009, Anna has held the position of “global content consultant” of the world’s largest media group.
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