Forget the latest phone technology or Prada pumps, Anna Wintour got politics for her birthday yesterday. American Vogue's Editor-in-Chief was named to President Obama's Committee on the Arts and Humanities. She's joined by a handful of 'private' citizens including Sarah Jessica Parker, Edward Norton, architect Thom Mayne and former New York City Ballet dancer Damian Woetzel. The committee, which works with both the National Endowment for the Arts and for the Humanities, works to achieve "economic revitalization through the arts" and guarantee the arts don't become an afterthought in America. We love Anna and we love the arts and we hope time in Washington (if this involves time in Washington) inspires her to get a bit more creative in New York.