While we still don’t know the plot specifics of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, it could be worse than a romp between a half-dozen excitable puppies and BB-8, the spherical droid mascot of the new trilogy. Vanity Fair produced the following...Show More Summary
Twitter's board of directors begged cofounder Jack Dorsey to become the struggling Internet company's CEO, Vanity Fair reports. Twitter has been searching for a CEO for roughly three months, since former CEO Dick Costolo resigned. Dorsey has been serving as interim CEO since then and is considered a leading candidate for the full-time CEO job. Show More Summary
Vanity Fair enlisted some adorable puppies “test” out the new BB-8 rolling droid toy from Star Wars: The Force Awakens by Sphero.
The Star Wars BB-8 Droid toy, which will be released on December 18, is already causing a stir — especially among this group of curious puppies. Vanity Fair shows just what happens when adorable puppies encounter the baffling toy droids. Show More Summary
In a recent video by Vanity Fair, some puppies play with the new BB-8 rolling droid toy from Star Wars: The Force Awakens by Sphero.
Vanity Fair might just have won the Internet for today, but it's early yet. The official commercial for BB-8, also below, is pretty damn cute too. If Star Wars isn't your thing, said Internet m...
Much has already been written about this viral article from Vanity Fair about the rise of Tinder and the proliferation of hook-up culture. If you don’t have fifteen minutes, you can… The post Is Tinder THAT Bad? appeared first on Dating Coach - Evan Marc Katz | Understand Men. Show More Summary
Anger leads hate, hate leads to the Dark Side. So why not let all that stress go and watch puppy videos instead?? When Vanity Fair got their hands on the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens toys before their release on Friday, they had an amazing idea! [ Related: George Lucas Says Jar Jar Binks Was Inspired By [...]
You can bring BB-8 home to your own puppy starting tomorrow.
Vanity Fair recruited cute canines to play with the new BB-8
Bill Simmons will start his new " multiyear, multiplatform" gig with HBO next month, but that is just one aspect of his new career path as he is also now expected to launch his own website. Sarah Ellison of Vanity Fair spoke with "many"...Show More Summary
In the 1990s, a tech bubble emerged — and then burst — in the public market. Now, there could be one in the private market, too. In a new piece for Vanity Fair, Nick Bilton reports on what could burst Silicon Valley's next tech bubble. Show More Summary
Erin and Sara Foster, well-connected siblings and stars of VH1’s surprisingly great Barely Famous, gave Vanity Fair an irritable tour of Erin’s Beverly Hills townhouse (“It’s an apartment,” Sara corrects Erin. “I just don’t want to look like a liar when you guys come in and see that it’s clearly not a townhouse”). Read more...
Derek Blasberg, the socialite that Getty Images frequently captions “actor” by accident, has been officially knighted by Graydon Carter as Vanity Fair’s “man on the street.” In a press release, Carter offered this explanation: “He seems to be everyone’s best friend.” Read more...
Perennial party boy and fashion writer Derek Blasberg is entering a new chapter: he's left his post at Harper's Bazaar for Vanity Fair, where he'll cover art, fashion, and society under the title "Our Man on the Street." The St. Louis native graduated from NYU in 2004... Continue reading
Seasonal retailer Spirit Halloween has incited outrage online by selling a Caitlyn Jenner costume complete with a “Call Me Caitlyn” sash and a white corset akin to the one Jenner wore on the cover of Vanity Fair, a costume that many feel is transphobic but that Spirit has defended and continues to sell. What do you think?
An old Vanity Fair piece on Donald Trump and his ex-wife Ivana is getting renewed attention for something odd she once said The Donald has by his bedside.
As we all know by now, Caitlyn Jenner bravely came out as a woman on the cover of Vanity Fair in April. But coming out is one thing. Going out? That's something else entirely. I Am Cait Clip - In Da Club! In the following sneak peekShow More Summary
Vanity Fair interviewed author Elena Ferrante. The Guardian shared an excerpt from Ferrante's novel The Story of the Lost Child. Entertainment Weekly interviewed Grimes' Claire Boucher. The Rumpus interviewed author Ottessa Moshfegh. All Songs Considered is streaming August's best dance...