From entertainment to world affairs, business to style, design to society, Vanity Fair is a cultural catalyst, inspiring and driving the national conversation. Now the magazine has redefined storytelling for the Digital Age, bringing its high-profile interviews, stunning photography, and thought-provoking features to your device in a whole new way.
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Making WAVES • From comedy to drama to musicals, KAITLYN DEVER has the range
TASTEMAKER • Ebony L. Haynes, director of 52 Walker, a new kunsthalle-style gallery under David Zwirner, shares her culture fix.
Aromatic CONSTRUCTS • For Louis Vuitton’s latest suite of perfumes, architect FRANK GEHRY gives shape to the ineffable
States of Undress • Style-minded fragrances, for day to nighty night
Coin THE TERMS
Earthen WEAR • As the days shorten and nights grow cool, embrace items that would be at home on brisk Southwest vistas: lush outerwear in sky blue and desert shades, sunset-hued blush, boots made for walking
Day DREAMER • NELL DIAMOND, founder and CEO of Hill House Home, likes her heels high, her pizza delivered, and a touch of romance in absolutely everything
Sight LINES • Fresh photography collections explore glamour, fame, and quiet moments
TO A PERSON • A crop of immersive novels—set in churches, deserts, and outer space—delves into the weirdness of being human
Record-setters • In these new books, three stars put their lives on paper.
City LIGHTS • V.F. joins Gagosian director Antwaun Sargent, designer and The Real Housewives of New York City star Leah McSweeney, and theater owner Jordan Roth on their evening adventures as New York comes back to life
Man of the TIMES • Hopes are high for Kevin Merida’s tenure as the head of California’s paper of record
Bright Lights, BIG CITY • New York’s likely next mayor, Eric Adams, is already positioning himself as a Democrat of national importance—but first he has to succeed in City Hall
king regina in her element • WITH THE HARDER THEY FALL AND BITTER ROOT ON THE HORIZON, THE BELOVED ACTOR, DIRECTOR, AND STYLE ICON SOARS TO NEW HEIGHTS
After Hours • UNWINDING IN STYLE WITH SEVEN OF THE SEASON’S MOST GLITTERING STARS
Mr. Weber’s Confession • LAST YEAR, VETERAN JOURNALIST NANCY JO SALES GOT A STRANGE CALL FROM EXETER, HER HIGH SCHOOL ALMA MATER. THE ELITE BOARDING SCHOOL WAS INVESTIGATING AN ANONYMOUS ACCUSATION OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT—AND THE WRITER WAS THE ALLEGED VICTIM. THE PROBLEM? SALES SAYS IT NEVER HAPPENED
The Prophet • Gucci’s ALESSANDRO MICHELE has launched the venerated house into a new stratosphere. But his obsession isn’t the future or the past—it’s right now
ENTER THE DRAGONS • For a legion of Trump toadies, the 2024 GOP presidential primary has already begun, with Republicans racing each other to the bottom to claim the party’s base. That is, unless his MAGA-ness himself gets in the ring
IN THE DETAILS • At the new HERMÈS workshop in Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, France, an iconic bag serves as a training ground for freshly minted leather artisans
ROAST THE RUNWAY • DIET PRADA TURNED ITS RELATIVELY UNKNOWN FOUNDERS INTO TWO OF FASHION’S MOST POWERFUL VOICES—ETHICISTS KEEPING TABS ON INDUSTRY WRONGS. BUT NOW THE FRONT ROW’S MOST FEARED INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT IS FACING MOUNTING SCRUTINY FROM THEIR PEERS AND A $700 MILLION LAWSUIT FROM A LUXURY TITAN
CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN • The maestro of the red sole on loving Dolly, lockdown in Portugal, and coming back to life as Prince
Reality BITES • Unscripted stars and producers are finally pushing back at the genre’s cheapest trick
Content Under PRESSURE • WarnerMedia’s Ann...