Anna Wintour's fate at Vogue revealed amid rumors of her exit

Anna Wintour's fate as Vogue magazine's editor-in-chief and Condé Nast's artistic director has officially been revealed. The queen of fashion isn't going anywhere.

The announcement that Wintour will be staying at the helm "indefinitely" came Tuesday afternoon via a statement by Bob Sauerberg, CEO of Condé Nast, released on the company's Twitter.

Sauerberg called the legendary editor "an incredibly talented and creative leader," which is no doubt true as Wintour has been running Vogue since 1988. She was named artistic director of Condé Nast in 2013.

The announcement comes after weeks of speculation that the iconic EIC was getting ready to step down from the publication come this fall ending her career with one last September issue. This week Vogue readers were sure this was the case as it was revealed that Wintour had given Beyoncé complete control of the September issue, which is historically the largest issue of the year, as it is the segue into fall fashion. Apparently, she is just trying something new. Long live the (fashion) queen.

Anna Wintour over the years