Alexandra Shulman

Alexandra Shulman
Alexandra Shulman is a journalist, consultant and commentator. She was Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue from 1992-2017, serving as the magazine’s longest serving editor. She has been Trustee of the National Portrait Gallery and The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity as well as being an honorary fellow at the University of the Arts. She won the 2017 Periodical Publisher's Association Editor's Editor Award and The Drapers Award 2017 for Outstanding Contribution to Fashion. She is Vice President of The London Library and was awarded a CBE in the 2017 New Year’s Honours List. She has a weekly column in the Daily Mail and contributes to other national newspapers

Shulman is the author of two novels: Can We Still Be Friends? and The Parrots. She has also written two memoirs focused on her career in fashion: Clothes… and Other Things that Matter and Inside Vogue: The Diary of My 100th Year, which sold over 30,000 copies. She featured in a three-part primetime BBC series on Vogue’s centenary year in 2016.