Post by Emily Abbate. When it comes to birth control, women like to know their options. There's the pill, the shot, condoms, and of course -- the NuvaRing. But from the sounds of it, not for long. Vanity Fair recently published a pretty...Show More Summary
Jeff Soffer, the Miami billionaire who was rumored to be the subject of the Gwyneth Paltrow Vanity Fair takedown, has much bigger troubles than that. Dasha Valdez, wife of Soffer's best friend Lance Valdez, filed a lawsuit last night alleging Soffer is responsible for Lance Valdez's death in a helicopter...
Just because you've won one of Hollywood's most coveted awards doesn't mean you're too good to star in a cheesy horror movie. Vanity Fair rounds up 15 Oscar winners who've done just that. Click through the gallery for a sampling or check out the full list (complete with pictures from...
Vanity Fair Design Director : Chris Dixon Photography Director: Susan White Art Directors: Julie Weiss, Chris Mueller Illustrator: Peter Crawley Are your editorial projects mostly headlines that have to do with style/fashion? Headlines and typographic treatments work well for editorial pieces. But I have also worked on logos / idents for titles such as Wallpaper […]
A Vanity Fair profile on Marissa Mayer offers a peek into the Yahoo CEO's S.F. penthouse, which contains an "L.E.D. installation Mayer built for her home with the lights inside pierced Ping-Pong balls." Well, at least such a contraption fits...
This recent profile in Vanity Fair is very, very strange, in that it obsesses over Marissa Mayer being very, very strange. It hits all the usual notes about the Yahoo! CEO (She's a geek! She loves fashion! Math, too! Google!) But it also, not-so-subtly, makes repeated innuendos about Mayer possibly being autistic. Read more...
Trigger warning: mention of rape, sexual harassment, and links to graphic descriptions. This Vanity Fair article on Bikram’s rape accusations hit the interwebs last week with, well, not much fanfare. Maybe it’s because it’s holiday time...Show More Summary
What's Amanda Bynes up to now? Is Keri Russell single? And will the X-Men franchise keep going after X-Men: Days Of Future Past?
It's difficult to discuss Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer without talking in terms of perception versus reality. Throughout her career, Mayer has done an artful job of managing the former, as a new profile by Vanity Fair's Bethany McLean reminds us.
Look! She thinks she's better than you! (via Getty Images) London Barbie has done it again. Gwyneth Paltrow, the actress that female haters want to be hated like and male haters want to have hate sex with, has reportedly succeeded in...Show More Summary
The quintessential New York author would appear to be Dorothy Parker. Raised on Manhattan's Upper West Side. Working at Vogue when she was 21 and writing for Vanity Fair at 24. Attending the birth of The New Yorker with her pals of the Algonquin Round Table. Show More Summary
Vanity Fair has taken its turn at answering the questions that keep coming up in Silicon Valley: Who is Mayer and is she good or bad for Yahoo?
Today, Vanity Fair announced its article in upcoming January issue that tells the story of five women who, in the last year, have filed lawsuits against Choudhury, with charges ranging from rape to sexual harassment. We’ve heard the stories before of how …
Vanity Fair just came out with a long profile of Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. It's written by Bethany McLean, famous for doing some of the best reporting on Enron. One fascinating tidbit from the story that was news to me, is that Mayer left a lot of money on the table when she negotiated her compensation for the Yahoo CEO job. Show More Summary
“In Hollywood, you kind of trick yourself into feeling like you have impact,” says Nell Scovell, squinting intensely at the tabletop. Sitting in a small café in Cambridge, Massachusetts — she’s in town from L.A. for a wedding — she jabs a slice of pumpkin pie with her fork. “I’ve... More »
John Mayer and Katy Perry are sharing their love with fans in these newly released Vanity Fair photos. “I’m excited […]
Amy Adams has been engaged for five years (and counting), but the actress admits that planning a wedding is the last thing on her mind. The "American Hustle" star, 39, covers the January issue of Vanity Fair and clears up some rumors about her engagement to longtime love Darren Le Gallo. "I'm not pregnant. Show More Summary
Amy Adams and Claire Danes are both on the covers of the January issues of Vanity Fair and Glamour, respectively, and though Danes looks like she's been caught picnicking in Central Park while Adams could be drunk off of too much egg nog, their interviews reveal similar takes on being women in Hollywood. Read more...
With her new film "American Hustle" slated to hit theaters December 18th, Amy Adams garnered herself a little added exposure by covering the January 2014 issue of Vanity Fair magazine. The "Enchanted" beauty looked absolutely stunning...Show More Summary
Amy Adams shows off her sexy red holiday spirit for Vanity Fair magazine’s January 2014 issue, out on newsstands on Tuesday, December 10! Here’s what the 39-year-old actress had to share with the mag: On being pregnant again and her partner Darren Le Gallo: “I’m not pregnant. I’m not getting married anytime soon. I know [...]