Anna Wintour’s job titles are such a mouthful—she’s editor in chief and global editorial director of Vogue, and artistic director and global chief content officer of Condé Nast—that it’s a wonder she eats lunch at all. And when she does, it’s reportedly a steak and caprese salad (hold the tomatoes) at her desk at One World Trade Center. But this week, she makes time for a veritable Italian feast with Bruce at New York’s Via Carota, where they dish on everything from the Met Gala and how she came up with the idea for Vogue World to why the next frontier in fashion is designers’ reselling their brand’s vintage products in store. Hear a preview of the episode below, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts.
The Vogue editor isn’t typically a lady who lunches. But on this week’s Table for Two, she makes an exception for host Bruce Bozzi