Anna Wintour Just Brought Back Her Favorite Shoes From 2011 at Wimbledon

Please forgive her, Roger Federer. Anna Wintour was a bit preoccupied when you lost your quarterfinal match at Wimbledon—she attended her daughter Bee Shaffer's wedding in New York and didn't make it across the pond until Friday. The self-declared Federer groupie didn't assume her regular seat in his player's box, but she did stick to routine when it came to her outfit.

The Vogue editor in chief relied on all her signature pieces to attend the men's semifinals: a printed midi dress, a statement necklace, and oversize sunglasses. But it's her Manolo Blahnik shoes that especially piqued our interest: Not only did she wear them at Wimbledon last year, but she's been wearing them since 2011. If it ain't broke, why fix it? Scroll down to see how she's worn the same Manolo Blahnik shoes over the years.


July 2018
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On Anna Wintour: Manolo Blahnik shoes


July 2017
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On Anna Wintour: Manolo Blahnik shoes


June 2011
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On Anna Wintour: Manolo Blahnik shoes

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Erin Fitzpatrick
Senior News Editor

Erin got her start as a Who What Wear intern over 12 years ago—back when the site only published a single story per day. (Who What Wear has since increased that number twentyfold.) She graduated magna cum laude from USC, which is how she ended up moving to Los Angeles from her hometown of San Diego. In college, she also interned at Refinery29, where she was promoted to editorial assistant and then assistant editor. After nearly three years at R29, she came back to WWW in 2016, where she currently holds the title of senior news editor (as well as the unofficial title of resident royal expert—in case you haven't noticed her numerous Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton stories). She spends her days trying to incorporate her idols, Anna Wintour and Roger Federer, into as many stories as possible. Outside of work, she loves tennis, classic rock, traveling, and smothering her dog with affection.