Anna Wintour Covers WSJ. Magazine

Photo courtesy of WSJ.
Nice profile. Anna Wintour covers WSJ. Magazine's April issue.

You might just recognize the cover star of WSJ. Magazine's April issue (and if you don't, we need to have a little talk).

Vogue editrix Anna Wintour plays up her devilish reputation in a blue, navy and white striped number from Prada (who else?), and offers a sleek profile of her blunt bob and signature sunglasses, as photographed by Mario Testino.

In "The Business of Being Anna," the magazine explores the notoriously demanding fashion queen's rule over the industry, from her support of designers to her development of Fashion's Night Out.

"She's a really powerful figure in America ... someone whose power extends beyond what she does," WSJ. editor Deborah Needleman tells Forbes. "You have to wonder, how does one person have such a broad influence? She's basically a global brand."

Marc Jacobs also weighs in on Wintour's influence, telling the magazine, "If I get a request for something, there aren't two possible answers. First I get an e-mail, then a phone call from someone at Vogue, and now I don't even bother to say no—I know the next call is from her."

That's our Anna!

For more of Wintour's interview, visit WSJ. online and pick up the April issue, on sale March 26.