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It wouldn’t be fair for Anne Hathaway to get all of the glossy lovin’ this winter, so while she covers Vogue, her equally gorgeous Les Misérables co-star Amanda Seyfried is Vanity Fair UK‘s December star, donning couture creations from the likes of Chanel, Valentino, and Christian Dior.
We’re pretty convinced that there isn’t a thing in this world that Tavi Gevinson can’t do. She’s a huge feminist, is a cover girl, and has even dabbled in voice acting — plus, she founded Rookie at the tender age of 15. We found out over the summer that she would be adding ‘actress’ to her lengthy resume, and now she’s opened up about her role in an interview! Read on, die-hard Tavi fans!
For something involving people who make pretty things for a living, the fight between Tory Burch and ex-husband Chris Burch sure is ugly.
Kate Moss covers the December issue of Vanity Fair, and inside, she candidly reveals that her rise to the top wasn’t always glamourous. In fact, for her it was the exact opposite, and she opens up about having a nervous breakdown when she was just 17-years-old and feeling uncomfortable posing nude.
It seems like a massive oversight that as Ebony co-founder and creator of the Ebony Fashion Fair, Eunice Johnson would have never made the Vanity Fair best dressed list.
You already know that H.R.H. Duchess of Cambridge (otherwise known as Kate Middleton) topped Vanity Fair‘s storied International Best-Dressed List this year, earning her a coveted spot on the cover of the glossy’s September issue. But who else made the cut?
Unsurprisingly, Kate Middleton has topped Vanity Fair‘s International Best-Dressed List. And as such, she’s landed on the mag’s September cover.
It’s not even August yet, but we’re already getting the details about the upcoming September issues. We’ve gotten the scoop on the cover stars, we’ve revealed a slew of ad campaigns that’ll run in the issues, and now we’ve got ad page counts.
Last night entertainment and fashion folk alike stepped out to celebrate the start of the Tribeca Film Festival at the State Supreme Courthouse in New York City. Vanity Fair threw the fete, which drew an eclectic crowd of actors, designers, models, and…Judge Judy.
We are quite conflicted.
It’s a tough call, because basically everyone wore red.
How do celebrities stay looking so young? Human Growth Hormone, apparently.
It’s not every day you see three leading men on the cover of a leading culture magazine, but thanks to the forward-thinking photo editors at Vanity Fair, that day has arrived. The magazine’s February issue is fronted not by a chanteuse on the rise or an entertainer whose personal life is a media spectacle, but three good looking, award-winning actors challenged to take Vanity Fair‘s toughest test: The Proust Questionnaire.
The answer may surprise you.
Normally when fashion magazines are done with a shoot, they pack up all the accessories and clothes send them back to whichever designer showroom they borrowed them from. But Lady Gaga is auctioning off the baubles she wore in her recent Vanity Fair spread for two very good causes.
Tony Bennett painted Lady Gaga in the nude for Vanity Fair, and there’s a really delightful video about it.
Lately we’d been getting little inklings that Lady Gaga might be losing the special flair she had for making a big splash. And those inklings were promptly laid to rest this morning when we saw a photo of Gaga getting naked for singer Tony Bennett — so that, you know, he could paint her. For Vanity Fair.
Johnny Depp‘s November cover of Vanity Fair hasn’t even hit newsstands yet, and already he’s having to apologize for his interview in it. Just yesterday blogs and news sites attacked the actor for comparing being professionally photographed to being raped, and now he’s apologized for the error of his ways.