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Vanity Fair

Dec 01 2020
Magazine

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.

Vanity Fair

Editor’s Letter

Contributors

VANITIES • VANITAS VANITATUM

Looking FORWARD • A new cross-disciplinary collection explores Black identity through art, texts, and bridged connections

Admiration Society • Three beloved 2020 authors recommend their own favorites from this year’s new releases

ACCESS IS EVERYTHING • Magazine subscribers have unlimited access to vanityfair.com

Strong HOLD

Full STRIDE • MANOLO BLAHNIK, the designer behind one of the world’s most beloved luxury shoe brands, has dreamed up his hit styles at much the same place since 1970: a desk in his London office

Fresh POWDER • Items that pair perfectly with rosy cheeks and hot mugs, keeping you warm whether on the slopes or snowy sidewalks

Hero’s JOURNEY • Actor JACOB ELORDI is a romantic, onscreen and off

Gone Country • During a year marked by calls for racial justice, progressive voices have found success in a genre once inhospitable to dissent.

Cool OPERATOR • Emmy winner and Lancôme face ZENDAYA shares her creature comforts amid a roller-coaster year

We’re on the Road TO NOWHERE • If getting there is half the fun, why not make the journey the destination?

The Next Media GOLD RUSH • Journalists are flocking to Substack, but is the budding newsletter empire built to last?

Alone, TOGETHER • Small faces on a smudgy screen helped conjure a future, one that holds pleasure and hope

BECOMING AOC • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ON HOW SHE GOT HERE AND WHERE SHE’S HEADED

Elon Musk’s Totally Awful, BATSHIT CRAZY, Completely Bonkers MOST EXCELLENT Year • In 2020, the COVID-doubting, media-hating Twitterholic CEO became the third-richest man alive, SpaceX launched two astronauts into orbit, and Tesla became the most valuable car company on the planet. NICK BILTON gets inside the mind of Silicon Valley’s most vainglorious villain

THE LONG WAY HOME • IN 2018, Chloé Zhao’s THE RIDER WAS ONE OF BARACK OBAMA’S FAVORITE MOVIES. NOW THE FILMMAKER IS AN OSCAR FAVORITE FOR THE TRANSCENDENT NOMADLAND, ABOUT THE SEARCH FOR WORK, PEACE, AND SELF

THE ART OF Livin’ • MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY was 23 years old and filming his first movie, Dazed and Confused, when he was blindsided by the death of his father. In an excerpt from the new oral history Alright, Alright, Alright, the actor, his friends, and the cast and crew remember the devastating days that birthed a star

Billie’s Blues • The feds hounded her because they feared her voice. Introducing The United States vs. Billie Holiday

CHARLOTTE’S WEB • Charlotte Kirk hoped some of Hollywood’s most powerful men could help her become a movie star. But behind the scenes were texts, sex, and secret financial deals, which led to the downfall of a studio chief and the industry’s most popular mogul

The Princess and the Shaman • WHEN GWYNETH PALTROW’S GURU MET PRINCESS MÄRTHA LOUISE OF NORWAY, REALITY SEEMED LIKE A FAIRY TALE. CAN THESE TWO STAR-CROSSED LOVERS HAVE THEIR HAPPY ENDING?

JIMMY KIMMEL • The late-night host on tube tops, trout, and David Letterman’s ties

The Tale of THE TAPE • The vile Access Hollywood video didn’t stop Trump. Did it at least change our culture?

Even in the Year From Hell, SOME MOVIES WERE HEAVEN SENT • V.F.’s chief critic, Richard Lawson, looks on the bright side of 2020—and ponders Hollywood’s precarious future


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 104 Publisher: Conde Nast US Edition: Dec 01 2020

Languages

English

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.

Vanity Fair

Editor’s Letter

Contributors

VANITIES • VANITAS VANITATUM

Looking FORWARD • A new cross-disciplinary collection explores Black identity through art, texts, and bridged connections

Admiration Society • Three beloved 2020 authors recommend their own favorites from this year’s new releases

ACCESS IS EVERYTHING • Magazine subscribers have unlimited access to vanityfair.com

Strong HOLD

Full STRIDE • MANOLO BLAHNIK, the designer behind one of the world’s most beloved luxury shoe brands, has dreamed up his hit styles at much the same place since 1970: a desk in his London office

Fresh POWDER • Items that pair perfectly with rosy cheeks and hot mugs, keeping you warm whether on the slopes or snowy sidewalks

Hero’s JOURNEY • Actor JACOB ELORDI is a romantic, onscreen and off

Gone Country • During a year marked by calls for racial justice, progressive voices have found success in a genre once inhospitable to dissent.

Cool OPERATOR • Emmy winner and Lancôme face ZENDAYA shares her creature comforts amid a roller-coaster year

We’re on the Road TO NOWHERE • If getting there is half the fun, why not make the journey the destination?

The Next Media GOLD RUSH • Journalists are flocking to Substack, but is the budding newsletter empire built to last?

Alone, TOGETHER • Small faces on a smudgy screen helped conjure a future, one that holds pleasure and hope

BECOMING AOC • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ON HOW SHE GOT HERE AND WHERE SHE’S HEADED

Elon Musk’s Totally Awful, BATSHIT CRAZY, Completely Bonkers MOST EXCELLENT Year • In 2020, the COVID-doubting, media-hating Twitterholic CEO became the third-richest man alive, SpaceX launched two astronauts into orbit, and Tesla became the most valuable car company on the planet. NICK BILTON gets inside the mind of Silicon Valley’s most vainglorious villain

THE LONG WAY HOME • IN 2018, Chloé Zhao’s THE RIDER WAS ONE OF BARACK OBAMA’S FAVORITE MOVIES. NOW THE FILMMAKER IS AN OSCAR FAVORITE FOR THE TRANSCENDENT NOMADLAND, ABOUT THE SEARCH FOR WORK, PEACE, AND SELF

THE ART OF Livin’ • MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY was 23 years old and filming his first movie, Dazed and Confused, when he was blindsided by the death of his father. In an excerpt from the new oral history Alright, Alright, Alright, the actor, his friends, and the cast and crew remember the devastating days that birthed a star

Billie’s Blues • The feds hounded her because they feared her voice. Introducing The United States vs. Billie Holiday

CHARLOTTE’S WEB • Charlotte Kirk hoped some of Hollywood’s most powerful men could help her become a movie star. But behind the scenes were texts, sex, and secret financial deals, which led to the downfall of a studio chief and the industry’s most popular mogul

The Princess and the Shaman • WHEN GWYNETH PALTROW’S GURU MET PRINCESS MÄRTHA LOUISE OF NORWAY, REALITY SEEMED LIKE A FAIRY TALE. CAN THESE TWO STAR-CROSSED LOVERS HAVE THEIR HAPPY ENDING?

JIMMY KIMMEL • The late-night host on tube tops, trout, and David Letterman’s ties

The Tale of THE TAPE • The vile Access Hollywood video didn’t stop Trump. Did it at least change our culture?

Even in the Year From Hell, SOME MOVIES WERE HEAVEN SENT • V.F.’s chief critic, Richard Lawson, looks on the bright side of 2020—and ponders Hollywood’s precarious future


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