That’s Dame to you.

Aside from hosting the party of the year, Anna Wintour has been busy in England visiting the Queen where she was named a Dame at Buckingham Palace for her contribution to fashion and journalism.

“Obviously this is a city that I grew up in, a city that I have so much affection and love for,” she told BBC. “It’s always wonderful to get an award, but this one is extra special,” Wintour told the BBC of receiving the honour.

Choosing a pink Chanel suit and nude Manolo Blahnik heels for the occasion, Wintour thanked the Queen and told the BBC she “congratulated her on Prince Philip’s service because obviously that’s so remarkable and such an inspiration to us all.”

Wintour, a Brit by birth, began her career as editorial assistant at Harper’s & Queen in 1970 before moving to New York to work across New York Magazine. After her tenure there Wintour moved back to England to helm British Vogue from 1985 to 1987 before securing the top spot at American Vogue in 1988, where she is now editor-in-chief.

Congratulations to Dame Anna Wintour.

Read original article by Vogue.