Each year, Vanity Fair reveals its annual best dressed list. Readers and editors vote for well-heeled actors, socialites, and CEOs to determine the top spots. The list, which was unveiled in August, includes categories for women, men, couples, working professionals, "originals," as well as editors' picks. Show More Summary
1. "How a Nickelodeon Cartoon Became One of the Most Powerful, Subversive Shows of 2014": Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson praises the fourth and final season of "The Legend of Korra," the follow-up to the network's excellent fantasy series,...Show More Summary
This weekend, UC-Berkeley honors its graduates and Bill Maher’s Anti-Muslimism, together. According to Maher the entire spectrum of American Muslims are at fault for matters outside of their control, involving people that they’ve never met. Show More Summary
Presenting "leading lights from the worlds of technology, business, media, and entertainment," Vanity Fair's business feature served up this group portrait from the "Code Conference," hosted by tech journalists Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg in Palos Verdes. Show More Summary
Two of the wealthiest men involved in Premier League football have lost a fortune in the past 48 hours, reports Vanity Fair. In news that will send chills down the spines of Arsenal and Chelsea supporters, Alisher Usmanov and Roman Abramovich have seen their wealth decimated in the last two days as the Russian economy had nosedived. As Russia […]
Monica Lewinsky is apparently trying to find a new title to replace “former White House intern” as the descriptor attached to her name. There was “Vanity Fair contributor,” then “social activist,” and now we’ve got “Friend of Normal Mailer.” In a new, name-drop-y essay for Vanity Fair, Lewinsky describes her friendship with the late “Naked […]
Supermodel Beverly Johnson made an appearance on "The View" (Dec. 15) to discuss the allegations she made in a recent Vanity Fair article accusing Bill Cosby of drugging her in the mid-'80s, where she was met with a bit of skepticism...Show More Summary
Supermodel Beverly Johnson appeared on The View this morning to discuss the recent Vanity Fair article in which she alleges that Bill Cosby drugged her in the mid '80s at the height of The Cosby Show. Naturally, this meant bumping heads with The View's resident rape apologist, Whoopi Goldberg. Read more...
The incomparable and irreplaceable Christopher Hitchens died on this day in 2011.All his adult life, he was known for tearing things down (rousingly and riotously, I might add) -- but here, in a video he made for Vanity Fair, Hitchens offers constructive criticism, reimagining the Ten Commandments as an actual moral document. Show More Summary
He's incredibly -- and somewhat bafflingly -- popular, and in Vanity Fair Todd S. Purdum profiles The Henry Ford of Books. An interesting background and path -- and apparently: "success may have mellowed Patterson somewhat": "I always thought he was a total dick," one non-Little, Brown executive told me. "I think that's not fair now."
The number of women who accuse Bill Cosby of drugging and raping them keeps growing. Now Beverly Johnson, former supermodel and successful entrepreneur, has spoken out in a Vanity Fair essay entitled “Bill Cosby Drugged Me. This Is My...Show More Summary
Bestselling author James Patterson may have sold more books than anyone else on the planet, but he’s also down to Earth: He’d hate himself too. In an interview with Vanity Fair, which publishes next month. Patterson revealed: “I would...Show More Summary
Beverly Johnson added her name to the growing list of women who say comedian Bill Cosby drugged them, as reported by the Inquisitr, when Johnson penned the Vanity Fair article titled “Bill Cosby Drugged Me. This Is My Story by Beverly...Show More Summary
In a 2011 profile about California's ongoing fiscal mess, Vanity Fair interviewed San Jose's then-Mayor Chuck Reed, a progressive Democrat who has for years been warning about coming cuts in public services if the state's pension systems don't get benefit levels under control. Show More Summary
In Vanity Fair, supermodel Beverly Johnson shares her account of being drugged and assaulted by Bill Cosby. Read the rest
Beverly Johnson, who broke barriers in the 1970s when she became the first black model to appear on the cover of Vogue, is the latest woman to come forward with allegations that comedian and actor Bill Cosby drugged and attempted to sexually assault her. In an essay in Vanity Fair, Johnson says...
Vanity Fair essay, model Beverly Johnson has accused actor Bill Cosby of luring her into his Manhattan apartment in the 1980s and drugging -- but not sexually assaulting -- her.
In interviews that aired on CBS's This Morning and The Today Show Friday, Beverly Johnson spoke about her Vanity Fair essay published yesterday, where she wrote that in the 1980s Bill Cosby drugged her in a probable attempt to sexually assault her. Read more...
After supermodel Beverly Johnson accused Bill Cosby of drugging her at an audition for The Cosby Show in an essay for Vanity Fair yesterday, Janice Dickinson told TMZ she's "so proud of her." Dickinson herself has accused Cosby of drugging and raping her in 1982. Read more...
Earlier this week, Beverly Johnson opened up about a disturbing interaction with Bill Cosby in the 1980s. Via an essay in Vanity Fair, the model said Cosby drugged her, dragged her down a flight of stairs and would have sexually assault...Show More Summary