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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.
You would think that a man who’s as heavily photographed as Johnny Depp would be comfortable with getting his picture taken. You would also think he would have enough media training to know when to say the right thing. But in light of a recent pronouncement of his, we’re going to have to believe that that’s not the case at all.
Because magazine schedules make no sense, Vanity Fair‘s October issue drops September 1. And because Vanity Fair is pretty predictable, Angelina Jolie is the cover girl.
Marianne Nestor-Cassini isn’t related to
Veruca Salt Cecilia Cassini, but she is the widow of Jackie Kennedy fave Oleg Cassini. And she is one litigious lady.
The only publication out there that might be able to give Vogue’s September tome a run for its money is Vanity Fair’s annual Best Dressed issue — and it’s finally here. Traditionally filled with no shortage of obscure European royals, rich white ladies, and a designer or seven, the list purports to anoint the who’s who of wearing clothing. So who made this year’s list?
If it weren’t enough that her divorce has been splashed over the covers of every tabloid in the country, now the details of Jennifer Lopez‘s private struggles will go very public in Vanity Fair‘s September style issue. Even worse, Lopez is wearing her giant engagement ring in the cover photo.
Oh, man. Justin Bieber may be able to sell out arenas in milliseconds and push perfume like nobody’s business, but he’s lacking in the magazine department. In fact, his February Vanity Fair cover might be the mag’s worst-selling issue in 12 years (or, you know, since Biebs was 5).
Filed under things that aren’t fair: This is what 38-year-old mother of two Gwyneth Paltrow looks like naked. We’ll let you catch your breath before you read the rest of the post.
Vanity Fair has a very well-known habit of putting dead people on their covers, but even when their star subjects are alive and well, they can’t seem to help giving them the old-timey treatment. Emma Stone snagged the mag’s August cover, and like Katy Perry, Lindsay Lohan, and Tina Fey before her, she’s got a variation (in this instance, a decidedly tousled one) of a finger wave, red lips, and pin-up pose down pat.