Anna Wintour is a modest little minx, isn’t she?
In an interview with CNN, Vogue’s Editor-in-Chief Wintour talked about Vogue‘s transition into the 21st technological era, aptly named Vogue.com.
Why Vogue.com is different than other fashion sites:
I mean, there are a lot of websites out there that cover fashion and style and celebrities and cultural things that we do at Vogue.com but we’re, you know, very particular about who we feature and who we choose and who we put up on the website. So I think all that is coming through to everyone who looks at the website and the numbers are obviously indicating that.
Where Ms. Wintour really gets her snide comment in is when referring to her competitor, Style.com, and why that website still posts higher pageviews than Vogue:
We launched the site in September so we’re a relatively new site. But we fully intend to get our numbers up, you know, within the next couple of years. We have access and authority and ability to connect with everybody within the industry. And, you know, whoever we call will pick up the phone.
Well now, Ms. Wintour. No need to get snippy.