An era comes to an end. Grace Coddington (74) stops as Creative Director of “Vogue”.

She is the better half of Anna Wintour: Grace Coddington is the Creative Director of the U.S. ‘Vogue’ – since 1988 and is secretly responsible for the success and the orientation of the magazine. According to a report by the online site “Business of Fashion” Coddington resigns from this position. Meanwhile, a spokesman for Publisher Conde Nast, where the ‘vogue’ appears, has confirmed the news.

“I’m not… ‘Vogue'”

Therefore, Grace Coddington wants to devote free projects, including a perfume project with the Japanese label Comme des Garçons. However she as free stylist for ‘Vogue’ continue to regularly work and shape the issue. For this it is an Office with “Vogue” and a personal assistant available.

“I love the ‘vogue’ about everything, she was always my life,” says Coddington compared to BoF. “I’m not… ‘Vogue'” Definitely, it will not go into retirement. She just want to work creatively in the future for other projects.

Grace Coddington is regarded as the better half of Anna Wintour and considered to be the creative head of the fashion Bible.

Star of “September issue”

Although Grace Coddington is already 74, she’s still a creative and innovative eye: Grace Coddington recognizes each trend when he stands in front of her. Also she stole with their cute and open way in the documentary “the September issue” all the show, their fanbase grew steadily since then.

While the native Welsh with the fiery red storm mane had problems with public appearances and got prescribed media seminars. Coddington started her career in 1969 at the age of 28 as a junior editor at the British ‘vogue’, she was a successful model.

An unbeatable doubles: Already at British Vogue Coddington and Wintour worked together. When the US vogue now for over 25 years.

 

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