She has inspired multiple books and films, from the documentary, The September Issue, to the based on a true story NYT bestselling novel-turned-film, The Devil Wears Prada. Her Rolodex contains top photographers, editors, designers, politicians, you name it; After all, she is considered one of the most powerful women in the world. Now, US Vogue has been dubbed, the No. 1 Magazine of the Year by Ad Age.

And if this isn't indication that Anna Wintour and her team are making all the right moves, read the stats below.


Lady Gaga on the cover of US Vogue's March 2011 issue. (AP Photo)

Ad Age announced this past week, "Vogue increased its January-to-October ad pages more than 9% -- to 2,125, fewer only than Brides and People -- and boosted its big newsstand component almost 13% over the first half of last year, partly but not entirely on the strength of a great Lady Gaga cover in March." The Gaga cover, which was shot by Mario Testino, also notably included Vogue's spring fashion editoral spread.

Furthermore, US Vogue's September Issue included an astounding 584 ad pages. The publication beat out The Economist, Vanity Fair and TIME, which came in at No. 2. Wintour, however, was not dubbed the Editor of the Year, with that title going to Tyler Brule of Monocle magazine.

Maybe next time, Anna.