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Vanity Fair

Jun 01 2021
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

Contributors

Editor’s Letter

VANITIES

Polo LOUNGE • Whether it’s the country club or pinkies-up tea this summer, stick to the strictures of The Official Preppy Handbook and Carlton Banks: classic cuts and bold prints, with a delightfully restrained touch of ’60s pop

La Vie BOHÈME

Never Say NEVER • MAITREYI RAMAKRISHNAN went from study halls to Netflix stardom practically overnight

BE KIND, REWIND

Stay LOUCHE • The collective desire to slip into party mode, stoked by newfound freedom and HALSTON, puts eye shadow back into play

Summer Lovin’

Teen SPIRIT • On the set of Gossip Girl with ERIC DAMAN, the show’s longtime costume designer

Novel IDEAS • A wealth of new books—from wry satires to stormy thrillers—are getting TV treatments, with big stars attached

For the Love of REAL HOUSEWIVES • I have watched these women not grow and not change for 15 years. It’s been glorious

Shame the DEVIL • For Mia Farrow and for me, the truth has come with consequences

RAE OF LIGHT • AFTER FIVE CELEBRATED SEASONS, INSECURE IS WRAPPING UP ON HBO. BUT CREATOR AND STAR ISSA RAE, THE PATRON SAINT OF L.A., HAS A SLEW OF GAME-CHANGING PLANS

THE MISSING MAGRITTE • The theft of a deeply personal painting by RENÉ MAGRITTE from a Belgian museum was a national tragedy. Now, an investigation points to a tragedy greater still

White Flight • The day before the Capitol riot, a private jet filled with rich, white Memphians zipped up to D.C. to stop the steal. Those eight passengers debunk the myth of “poor little Trumpers” and illuminate a much deeper cultural rift

Awards Insider!

DAWN OF THE TED! • Ted Lasso, the culture-clash comedy about an American football coach in England, made the case for kindness in a difficult year

PAST PRESENT • There’s more to period dress than corsets, as the designers behind some of this season’s most beautifully attired series can attest—from re-creating Halston fashion shows to duplicating The Rock’s childhood athleisure

CHANGING THEIR TUNES • Five shows that used existing music in fascinating ways this season—from scoring gravity-defying pole dances with Megan Thee Stallion’s rap songs to making a chamber piece out of an Ariana Grande hit

FLIGHT OF FANCY • Globe-trotting HBO Max series The Flight Attendant offers pandemic-age escapism with luxe locations from Bangkok to Manhattan

HUE AND CRY • In Michaela Coel’s I May Destroy You, hair sets the mood

WRAP PARTY • Another year, another spate of beloved series taking a bow

Scene Stealers • Nine actors who lit up the small screen this season, from breakout newcomers to seasoned vets

NICOLA COUGHLAN

OLLY ALEXANDER

OMARI DOUGLAS

JOSIE TOTAH

ALIA SHAWKAT

JAMES NORTON

JURNEE SMOLLETT

HUGH GRANT

BINGE WITHOUT ORDERS • If there’s not a French, Japanese, or Israeli show you love, the world has left you behind. Inside a global TV revolution

STAY TUNED • The Trump era turned Americans into cable news addicts. A new crop of leaders and stars at CNN and MSNBC—and the old hands at Fox News—are betting they can keep us hooked

Kathryn Hahn All Along • Either you started loving her when you saw her light up WandaVision, or you’ve loved her forever. V.F. talks to one of our most...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 150 Publisher: Conde Nast US Edition: Jun 01 2021

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

Contributors

Editor’s Letter

VANITIES

Polo LOUNGE • Whether it’s the country club or pinkies-up tea this summer, stick to the strictures of The Official Preppy Handbook and Carlton Banks: classic cuts and bold prints, with a delightfully restrained touch of ’60s pop

La Vie BOHÈME

Never Say NEVER • MAITREYI RAMAKRISHNAN went from study halls to Netflix stardom practically overnight

BE KIND, REWIND

Stay LOUCHE • The collective desire to slip into party mode, stoked by newfound freedom and HALSTON, puts eye shadow back into play

Summer Lovin’

Teen SPIRIT • On the set of Gossip Girl with ERIC DAMAN, the show’s longtime costume designer

Novel IDEAS • A wealth of new books—from wry satires to stormy thrillers—are getting TV treatments, with big stars attached

For the Love of REAL HOUSEWIVES • I have watched these women not grow and not change for 15 years. It’s been glorious

Shame the DEVIL • For Mia Farrow and for me, the truth has come with consequences

RAE OF LIGHT • AFTER FIVE CELEBRATED SEASONS, INSECURE IS WRAPPING UP ON HBO. BUT CREATOR AND STAR ISSA RAE, THE PATRON SAINT OF L.A., HAS A SLEW OF GAME-CHANGING PLANS

THE MISSING MAGRITTE • The theft of a deeply personal painting by RENÉ MAGRITTE from a Belgian museum was a national tragedy. Now, an investigation points to a tragedy greater still

White Flight • The day before the Capitol riot, a private jet filled with rich, white Memphians zipped up to D.C. to stop the steal. Those eight passengers debunk the myth of “poor little Trumpers” and illuminate a much deeper cultural rift

Awards Insider!

DAWN OF THE TED! • Ted Lasso, the culture-clash comedy about an American football coach in England, made the case for kindness in a difficult year

PAST PRESENT • There’s more to period dress than corsets, as the designers behind some of this season’s most beautifully attired series can attest—from re-creating Halston fashion shows to duplicating The Rock’s childhood athleisure

CHANGING THEIR TUNES • Five shows that used existing music in fascinating ways this season—from scoring gravity-defying pole dances with Megan Thee Stallion’s rap songs to making a chamber piece out of an Ariana Grande hit

FLIGHT OF FANCY • Globe-trotting HBO Max series The Flight Attendant offers pandemic-age escapism with luxe locations from Bangkok to Manhattan

HUE AND CRY • In Michaela Coel’s I May Destroy You, hair sets the mood

WRAP PARTY • Another year, another spate of beloved series taking a bow

Scene Stealers • Nine actors who lit up the small screen this season, from breakout newcomers to seasoned vets

NICOLA COUGHLAN

OLLY ALEXANDER

OMARI DOUGLAS

JOSIE TOTAH

ALIA SHAWKAT

JAMES NORTON

JURNEE SMOLLETT

HUGH GRANT

BINGE WITHOUT ORDERS • If there’s not a French, Japanese, or Israeli show you love, the world has left you behind. Inside a global TV revolution

STAY TUNED • The Trump era turned Americans into cable news addicts. A new crop of leaders and stars at CNN and MSNBC—and the old hands at Fox News—are betting they can keep us hooked

Kathryn Hahn All Along • Either you started loving her when you saw her light up WandaVision, or you’ve loved her forever. V.F. talks to one of our most...


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