Anna Dello Russo

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Anna Dello Russo
Anna Dello Russo Paris Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2019.jpg
Dello Russo in 2019
OccupationMagazine editor and fashion journalist
TitleEditor-at-Large, Nippon Vogue

Anna Dello Russo (born 1962 in Bari) is an Italian fashion journalist. She is a creative consultant and editor-at-large for Vogue Japan.[1][2]:141

In 2010, YOOX T-shirts printed with ten different images of Dello Russo sold out on the first day of sale.[3]

In 2013 Dello Russo designed accessories for the Swedish H&M chain.[2]:141

In 2018, she donated furs to PETA rather than keep them in a Christie's auction during Milan Fashion Week.[4]


  1. ^ Elizabeth Paton (February 10, 2016). Why Can’t Jenny Packham, a Red Carpet Success, Get More Respect?. The New York Times. Accessed July 2016.
  2. ^ a b David Shaw, Dimitri Koumbis (2014). Fashion Buying: From Trend Forecasting to Shop Floor. London: Bloomsbury. ISBN 9782940411689.
  3. ^ Amy Odell (June 18, 2010). Anna Dello Russo T-Shirts Sold Out in a Day on, New York Magazine. Accessed July 2016.
  4. ^ Sam Rogers, "Anna Dello Russo befreit ihre Garderobe von Pelz – und spendet die Looks der PETA," Vogue 22 February 2018.