So where is Anna Wintour? That's the first question we had when reading that Vogue just held its first open-to-the-public festival where top designers gave "their views on the industry to the general public."
Then we read that the festival was conceived and run by British Vogue Editor Alexandra Shulman. OK, so no Anna to be found -- just "industry luminaries like Dolce & Gabbana, Burberry, Tom Ford and Stella McCartney."
Still, sounds pretty amazing -- as was this description: "[T]wo students wait patiently to approach Shulman about a possible internship at Vogue, showing precisely the sort of openness the festival is aimed at promoting."