Alexandra Shulman, OBE

editor-in-chief british vogue

Alexandra Shulman grew up in Belgravia, the daughter of drama critic Milton Shulman and the writer Drusilla Beyfus.  She originally wanted to work in the music industry, resisting the idea of following her parents into a career in journalism.  After graduating from university she had a couple of ill-fated jobs with record labels, before becoming a secretary at a magazine.  Her career in fashion journalism began in 1982 at Tatler, before a series of jobs at publications such as Vogue and GQ led her to Vogue as editor-in-chief in 1992.  Despite being considered by some at the time as lacking the experience needed for such a prestigious role, circulation has since increased to 200,000 under her tenure.  She is now considered one of the most influential people in fashion

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