How Rich Is Anna Wintour? Vogue Magazine’s Anna Wintour’s Net Worth, Salary, Forbes Fortune, Income

What is Anna Wintour’s net worth? Here’s what to know about Anna Wintour — From her fortune to her go-to lunch.

Anna Wintour is best known as the editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine.

ANNA WINTOUR Profile Summary

  • Profession: Editor in Chief of ‘Vogue’
  • Net worth: $50 million
  • Birthday: Nov. 3, 1949
  • Birthplace: London, England
  • Father: Charles Wintour
  • Mother: Eleanor Trego Baker
  • Marriages: David Shaffer​​ (m. 1984–1999)​; Shelby Bryan (m. 2004)
  • Children: Charles (b. 1985) and Bea (b. 1987)

Being the editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine — arguably one of the most noteworthy fashion magazines — has certainly been the highlight of Anna Wintour’s incredible career since 1988.

Major names have posed for the cover of Vogue over the years. A cover shot is one of the most coveted honors of all time for celebrities all over the globe.

Since just about everyone knows about Anna’s legendary career, here’s what fans might be interested to learn about the journalist — from her net worth to her favorite lunch.

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What is Anna Wintour’s net worth?

The world of fashion simply wouldn’t be the same without someone like Anna taking charge. For these reasons and more, she’s got a net worth of $50 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Anna’s yearly salary is reported $4 million.

In addition to Anna’s being editor-in-chief and global editorial director of VogueStylecaster notes that she became artistic director of Condé Nast in 2013, and was named chief content officer worldwide for the company in 2020.

Anna’s career in fashion journalism began when she worked as an editorial assistant for Harper & Queen fashion magazine. Positions at Harper’s BazaarViva, and New York magazines would follow before she landed at Vogue in 1983.

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Anna Wintour’s go-to lunch is causing a stir.

The average individual probably doesn’t spend nearly $80 on a daily lunch trip, but that’s exactly what Anna does.

According to the recently released Anna: The Biography by Amy Odell (via the New York Post), “Wintour’s go-to lunch, after Condé Nast moved offices to 1 World Trade Center, was a steak and Caprese salad without the tomatoes from the nearby Palm restaurant.”

Per Grub Street, this meal (plus tax and tip) would come out to $77.33.

And as the Post notes, a Caprese salad without tomatoes is simply just cheese.

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The book also featured some quotes from one of Anna’s landscapers who apparently tried to convince her to grow a vegetable garden. However, Anna rejected the ideas because she “doesn’t like vegetables.”

Since she’s not a big fan of vegetables in general, it makes sense that her Caprese salad wouldn’t include any tomatoes.

Anna is a wealthy woman with a distinct taste in fashion, so it also makes a ton of sense that she has a distinct taste when it comes to the food she enjoys the most.

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