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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Star SEEKER • When showrunner SOO HUGH isn’t ruling the writers room at Pachinko, Apple TV+’s hit series, she’s working on the Thousand Miles Project, an incubator for those telling stories of the Asian and Pacific Islander diaspora. Here, a glimpse of her fancies
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Coming CLEAN • As the wellness narrative toggles between self-improvement and self-acceptance, the cleanse gets a reboot
Fiber OPTICS • A new monograph celebrates and contextualizes the work of a burgeoning contemporary artist
SIX PACK • High-octane love, time travel, and more new novels
Space Jam • In Ken Fulk: The Movie in My Mind, new from Assouline, the interior designer puts his favorite projects on display.
ACE the Day • After a wild card entry to Wimbledon last summer, Emma Raducanu clinched a U.S. Open singles title, sparking a career whirlwind and a Dior Beauty role. One calming strategy “is to center your breathing,” the 19-year-old says—a tall order amid full-court sprints. Her daily routine is an anchor too, from breakfast to face wash.
The Celebrity VAXSURGENCY • Anti-vax, anti-mask, or anti-mandate, famous names are hitting us with a dose of personal opinion
RUSSIAN Dolls • The West’s fairy-tale fetish is rooted in capitalist fantasy
THE REBELLION WILL BE TELEVISED • WITH A FLEET OF NEW SHOWS ON THE HORIZON, DISNEY IS VASTLY EXPANDING THE STAR WARS UNIVERSE. V.F. DIVES DEEP INTO THE MULTIYEAR PLAN AND ASSEMBLES THE STARS WHO HOPE TO DO FOR STREAMING WHAT GEORGE LUCAS ONCE DID FOR MOVIES
LETTER MEN • SUBSTACK’S COFOUNDERS CLAIM TO BE ON A MISSION TO FIX A BROKEN DISCOURSE, AND EVERYONE FROM SALMAN RUSHDIE TO PATTI SMITH IS GETTING IN ON THE ACT. BUT THE POPULAR NEWSLETTER PUBLISHER’S CULTURE-WAR PROBLEMS MAY JUST BE GETTING STARTED
RISKY BUSINESS • CHASING SCIENTIFIC RENOWN, GRANT DOLLARS, AND APPROVAL FROM DR. ANTHONY FAUCI, PETER DASZAK TRANSFORMED AN ENVIRONMENTAL NONPROFIT INTO A U.S.-FUNDED SPONSOR OF CONTROVERSIAL VIRUS RESEARCH IN CHINA. AN IN-DEPTH INVESTIGATION SHOWS HOW AN ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO STOPPING THE NEXT PANDEMIC FOUND ITSELF SUSPECTED OF HELPING START ONE
THE GREAT RESISTANCE • Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has spawned death and horror, countered by a nationwide uprising that stands strong in the face of an increasingly dystopian war
SQUID GAME • A SPECIAL SECTION DEDICATED TO THE TV STARS AND CREATORS WHO KEEP US RIVETED, STREAMING, AND DREAMING
RUBIK’S TUBE • The new TV landscape is complicated and often maddening, but the rewards are great
THE RISE OF THE TRAUM-COM • Childhood cancer, alcoholism, humiliation, and death become the stuff of wistful comedy
OFFICE SPACE • As more viewers than ever work from home, five new series remind us of what we’ve been missing beneath the fluorescent lights
OVER THE RAINBOW • Television’s more memorable costumes cover the full color spectrum, from a Victorian widow’s drab duds to a certain inescapable...