Look grrr-eat! Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour is effortlessly chic in a blue leopard print dress, patterned trench coat and crocodile boots as she steps out in New York
- Anna Wintour looked as chic as ever in a blue dress and trench coat in New York
- The head of Condé Nast magazine paired her ensemble with crocodile boots
- The 72-year-old wrapped up in a patterned trench coat as she headed out on the town
Condé Nast Global Head Anna Wintour was stylish as she stepped out in New York yesterday – wearing three different types of animal print.
The Vogue editor, 72, donned an eye-catching £1,390 Marni leopard print maxi dress which she teamed with a vintage Burberry maxi trench coat and crocodile heeled boots.
Meanwhile, she ditched her signature sunglasses and instead donned a thin black belt around her waist and statement necklace.
One of her assistants was seen protecting Anna’s famous hair from the New York rain as she stepped out of the car.
Condé Nast Global Director Anna Wintour was stylish as she stepped out in New York yesterday – wearing three different types of animal print.
As always, Anna’s sleek bob was styled to perfection and her make-up understated yet still glamorous.
Anna was spotted in Midtown, which is known as a tourist’s dream – home to Times Square, Koreatown, Rockefeller Center and an array of theaters.
It’s also New York’s most celebrity spotting spot, home to luxury and Michelin-starred restaurants popular with the elite.
Last week, Anna was spotted among a star-studded crowd cheering on Serena Williams in her second round at Flushing Meadows for the US Open alongside Tiger Woods, Gigi Hadid with sister Bella Hadid and Zendaya.
The 72-year-old Vogue editor donned a striking £1,390 Marni leopard print maxi dress, which she teamed with a vintage Burberry maxi trench coat and crocodile-heeled boots.
Also at the tennis match, she wore a light blue floral maxi dress with shades and a statement necklace.
Anna is known for her love of tennis and was also spotted in the royal box at Wimbledon in July – sporting her usual glitz and glamour.
The Vogue editor-in-chief is known for her on-court performances — especially when her good friends Serena Williams and Roger Federer are playing.
One of her assistants was seen protecting Anna’s famous hair from the New York rain as she stepped out of the car
Wintour is a tennis player herself and regularly wakes up early to play before heading to work.
In her 2014 73 Questions video for Vogue, she hailed her two favorite players, saying that her dream partner in women’s doubles would be Serena and her dream partner in mixed doubles would be Federer.
The editor has made it a tradition to appear for both Williams and Federer and has seen them play at major tournaments including the US Open and Australian Open.