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Could You Be The Next Anna Wintour? Test Your Knowledge With These Eight Questions

Hope you've been watching your documentaries and girding your loins.

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    Anna Wintour

    Previously, Wintour served as the editor of British Vogue from 1985-1987. A year later, she moved over to American Vogue as its editor-in-chief.

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    Hubert de Givenchy

    Givenchy was a famous French designer credited for creating the "little black dress" and styling Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy, among others.

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    The "Big Four", as they're often called, is New York, London, Paris, and Milan. Every year, we have two seasons which consist of all four pitstops.

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    Diane von Furstenberg

    Diane von Furstenberg created the infamous jersey wrap dress in 1974, which not only solidified her spot in American fashion, but fashion around the world.

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    Donatella Versace

    Gianni Versace founded Versace in 1978. His work was championed by the public when Liz Hurley wore one of his designs to the premiere of "Four Weddings and a Funeral" (1994). Gianni Versace was murdered in Florida in 1997, and Donatella became head of design for the company.

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    Spice Girls

    Victoria Adams was known as "Posh Spice" and was one of the five original members of the Spice Girls.

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    "Designs"

    "Designs" is the English edition of his Italian book, "Vanitas-Ricami e Decori-Decori e Ricami." It was published in March 1994 by Abbeville Press, Inc. Following "Designs," Gianni published other books, "Men Without Ties" (1994), "Do Not Disturb" (1995), and "Rock and Royalty" (1996).

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    Spain

    Manuel "Manolo" Blahnik was born in the Canary Islands, which are situated off the coast of Africa but are part of Spain.

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