Anna Wintour will remain at Vogue 'indefinitely'
(WENN) - Anna Wintour will remain at American Vogue "indefinitely," according to Conde Nast's chief executive.
Multiple reports in April suggested that the fashion mogul was planning to step down as editor-in-chief of the esteemed publication after a 30-year tenure.
Sources claimed that the decision would take place after Anna signed off on Vogue's top-selling September issue, which features cover star Beyonce, who was rumoured to have been given "unprecedented" control over the photoshoot.
A spokesperson for Conde Nast, Vogue's publisher, "emphatically" denied the rumours previously, and now the publisher's chief executive Bob Sauerberg has reassured fans that Anna is going nowhere.
“Anna Wintour is an incredibly talented and creative leader whose influence is beyond measure. She is integral to the future of our company’s transformation and has agreed to work with me indefinitely in her role as @voguemagazine editor-in-chief and artistic director of Conde Nast,” he wrote in a statement on the company’s Twitter feed.
Previous reports claimed that British Vogue editor Edward Enninful is being groomed to succeed the 68-year-old at the American edition, but a source "flatly denied" he was heading to the U.S. when approached by WWD.