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A Bit of MIRTH • LOUISA JACOBSON shines on The Gilded Age, HBO’s sumptuous robber baron soap
The GLITTERATI • Keep the jewel tones, skip the corset, and make the party Regency-era decadent in gobs of sequins and bejeweled boots built to shimmer under evening lights
Cult CLASSIC • In these glossy, hand-assembled evening bags, Chanel marries brand hallmarks—pearls, cinematic gray scale—with a touch of sparkle and a Deco pattern for red-carpet pizzazz. Available in three genteel sizes, the smallest hauls a platinum card or two, while the largest is suitable for an iPhone and a crimson lipstick with a little room to spare. Enchantée, mes petites.
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The LUMINARIES • The Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s glittering annual Art + Film Gala honored artists Amy Sherald and Kehinde Wiley alongside filmmaker Steven Spielberg
Block PARTY • Gucci shut down Hollywood Boulevard from the Chinese Theatre to the Dolby for a spectacular spring/summer 2022 show
Giddy UP • A Los Angeles eatery revives Old Hollywood charm
Among the RUINS • A nuanced view of Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier’s great love
Murder He Wrote • The story of William F. Buckley’s most dangerous cause célèbre
SIX-PACK • Satire to rival Animal Farm, dark escapades of youth, and more new fiction
Lights, Camera…T-SHIRT? • Promotional merch from film studio A24 has become a must-have wardrobe item for the indie set
STRANGER in Town • Hello, Hollywood. Was I not what you were expecting?
Child of DUNE • My lifetime passion project managed to survive the upheaval of all Hollywood. Now let’s talk trilogy
THE HOUSE OF HOLLYWOOD • For our 28th annual Hollywood Issue, V.F. convened eight shining stars who are breaking boundaries, thrilling audiences, and inventing the movieland they want to live in
NICOLE KIDMAN • You might think of her as one of the biggest movie stars in the world. But Nicole Kidman says she loves to approach roles like she is fresh out of theater class
KRISTEN STEWART • Her turn in Spencer proves what close observers have always known: Despite her blockbuster past, she has the soul of an indie actor and iconoclast
IDRIS ELBA • With a far-reaching slate of movies ahead, including a big-screen adaptation of Luther, Idris Elba is flexing his versatility—and making room for music
BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH • Star turns in very different cinematic universes have let the sublime British actor study Hollywood up close
PENÉLOPE CRUZ • The global superstar and Oscar winner dug deep for her role in Parallel Mothers, her eighth project with longtime collaborator Pedro Almodóvar
ANDREW GARFIELD • It’s actually his talent that goes Tick, Tick…Boom!
MICHAELA JAÉ RODRIGUEZ • The star on growing up in Newark, making history in Hollywood—and ignoring the noise
SIMU LIU • With Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, the actor shouldered superhuman expectations with aplomb. Now he contends with the responsibilities—and revelations—of being a star
SON OF A PREACHER MAN • JERRY FALWELL JR. was the Trump-anointing dark prince of the Christian...