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Name  Alexandra Kotur
Role  Author
Employer  Vogue

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Residence  Upper East Side, Manhattan
Alma mater  The Chapin School, Middlebury College
Occupation  Author, fashion journalist
Title  Style Director of U.S. Vogue
Education  Middlebury College, Chapin School
Similar People  Lauren Santo Domingo, Grace Coddington, Diana Vreeland, Alexander Liberman

Alexandra Kotur is an American author and fashion journalist. Kotur is the creative director at Town and Country magazine after having previously been style director of U.S. Vogue. Kotur is an international taste-maker and member of the International Best-Dressed List. She is the sister of Fiona Kotur Marin, an American accessories designer.

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Background and career

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Alexandra Kotur grew up on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York City, graduating from The Chapin School. Kotur graduated from Middlebury College with a degree in art history.

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Upon graduation, Kotur moved to London, working in the PR department of Ralph Lauren and then at British GQ as an assistant to fashion director Jo Levin. In 1995, Kotur returned to New York to work for Vogue, serving as an assistant to European editor Hamish Bowles. She is the style director and a contributing editor at U.S. Vogue.

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Kotur is the author of Carolina Herrera: Portrait of a Fashion Icon (2004) and co-author (with Hamish Bowles) of The World in Vogue: People, Parties, Places (2009).

Kotur is a member of the International Best-Dressed List.

List of works

  • Caroline Herrera: Portrait of a Fashion Icon (2004)
  • The World in Vogue: People, Parties, Places (2009)
  • References

    Alexandra Kotur Wikipedia


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