In a recent interview with Haute Living, the 48-year-old actress said, "[That rumor] started because we had lunch a couple weeks ago. We were waiting at the elevator bank, and I was saying goodbye. We do have lunch occasionally. I was in no way positioning for that job, and she's not going anywhere, thank goodness. There are about 1001 people far better suited than me who are equipped to take on such a massive, important role, but I'm definitely not the one."
And there you have it.
While SJP won't be taking over the Vogue editor-in-chief position, she did recently land herself a job as guest editor of the Nordstrom blog The Thread. She also recently launched her own shoe collection for the department store.
"The shoes aren't drastically from many different points in my life," she explained of the line. "The inspiration was the late '70s and the mod resistance of New York, Charles Jourdan, Susan Bennis and Warren Edwards and countless others that were prominently a part of the New York shoe business. [I incorporated grosgrain ribbon] because when I was a little girl, I had to wear ribbons in my hair every day. We were required to wear them by our mother, so we took them out of the ribbon drawer and ironed them ourselves."