Trend Results : Vanity Fair


Related Searches

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 6986)

FILTER RESULTS

Who’s the Turkey Now? Jared’s Wings Clipped

This should cheer you up. Gabriel Sherman writes for Vanity Fair: When Donald Trump appointed John Kelly as chief of staff in July, the four-star Marine general arrived with a mandate to bring order to a freewheeling West Wing. Gone are the days of staffers waltzing into the Oval Office to lobby the president on policy or supply him with […]

CIA Told Mossad Putin Had Leverage Over Trump

An Israeli source told Vanity Fair about a meeting between a small group of Mossad officers and other Israeli intelligence officials at CIA headquarters just weeks before the inauguration of Donald Trump. “The meeting proceeded uneventfully; updates on a variety [...]

Sources and Methods: The Betrayal of an Intelligence Partner

Vanity Fair‘s Howard Blum has done an excellent, long form piece of journalism that finally shed’s light on exactly what the President did when he betrayed the Israelis and told Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov and Ambassador Kislyak about their anti-ISIS intelligence mission. The covert mission into the forbidden plains of northern Syria was a “blue […]

Jared Kushner Reportedly Showing Angst In Mueller Probe, Worried They’ll ‘Get’ Donald Trump

Jared Kushner is reportedly growing nervous over Robert Mueller’s investigation and is worried that the probe will “get” President Donald Trump. The revelation was published on Tuesday by Vanity Fair, which is reporting on a flurry of details to come out of the West Wing concerning the investigation. Show More Summary

REPORT: Kushner Worried Mueller Will “Get” Trump

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Vanity Fair reports: As Kushner’s Russia troubles mount—last Friday the Senate disclosed that he had not turned over e-mails about WikiLeaks, a claim his attorney, Abbe Lowell, denied—insiders are again speculating, as my colleague Emily Jane Fox reported last month, about how long Kushner and Ivanka Trump will remain in Washington. Show More Summary

Tina Brown: When 'Crazed' Jackie O Came to Dinner With Claws Out

4 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

While editing ‘Vanity Fair’ in the ’80s and ’90s, Daily Beast founder Tina Brown confided some of her best dish to her now published diary, including this gem about Jackie Kennedy.

Anna Wintour Gives New ‘Vanity Fair’ Editor Stink Eye For Her Fashion Sense

Vogue editor Anna Wintour rules the New York media roost when it comes to fashion, and according to a report, new Vanity Fair editor Radhika Jones‘ clothes didn’t pass muster with her. WWD has reported that Wintour, who is also Conde Nast artistic director, attended a recent meeting with Jones and other Vanity Fair staffers. Read More

She Should Wear "Crocs" to the Next Meeting

Based on this story alone, I am already favorably impressed by the new editor-in-chief at Vanity Fair.

What the new editor of Vanity Fair — Radhika Jones — wore to her first meeting with staff.

A navy blue dress that Women's Wear Daily described as "strewn with zippers" and tights "covered with illustrated, cartoon foxes."WWD retreats into quoting Anna Wintour (who is not only the editor of Vogue editor but also the artistic Director of Condé Nast of which Vanity Fair is a part). Show More Summary

Nonfiction: Queen of the Glossies

“The Vanity Fair Diaries: 1983-1992” is Tina Brown’s own record of running that influential magazine, and all the glittering prizes that came with it.

The Book Review Podcast: Mother Knows Best?

James Wolcott talks about “Raising Trump” and “The Kardashians,” and Tina Brown discusses “The Vanity Fair Diaries.”

Notebook: A Day in the Life of Tina Brown

The author of “The Vanity Fair Diaries” reveals a page from her handwritten journal recounting her experiences on the day she learned of Andy Warhol’s death.

Beware Your Leggings If You Sit Down With Anna Wintour

Radhika Jones is the editorial director of the books department at the New York Times. She was recently named editor of Vanity Fair and headed over to get acquainted with her new staff and the rest of the Condé Nast team: Jones’ choice of hosiery proved most offensive, according to the editor. For the occasion, […]

Rebecca Carpenter promotes CTE film by bashing ESPN, ignoring their reporting, Poynter/Vanity Fair let her

It’s quite a world where the director of a film on NFL concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) can ignore the detailed reporting on the concussion crisis from ESPN (particularly from Mark Fainaru-Wada and Steve Fainaru,...Show More Summary

‘The Bunker’ Acquired By Amazon Studios From Columnist-Turned-Screenwriter Nick Bilton

EXCLUSIVE: Some of the best screenwriters have come from journalism. Amazon Studios has acquired the screenplay The Bunker from former New York Times columnist and current Vanity Fair correspondent Nick Bilton. Scott Z. Burns has become...Show More Summary

Tuesday Night Open Thread

From Tina Brown's memoir: Donald once poured red wine down the back of a gown worn by Vanity Fair journalist Marie Brenner (and told another journalist he had done the same to Leona Helmsley.) In news worth reading: An investigation by the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Victoria Beckham's $2 Fashion Advice Is Worth Every Penny

While she may have been Posh Spice in the '90s, Victoria Beckham is actually super relatable. As a guest on Vanity Fair's Derek Does Stuff With a Friend, the designer volunteered...

Tina Brown recalls flashy '80s days at 'Vanity Fair' - and an eye-popping Trump moment

In 'The Vanity Fair Diaries,' Tina Brown relives her glamorous time as editor in chief of the glossy magazine. A 3-star book review.        

Victoria Beckham Offers Her Best Fashion Advice To Strangers! Watch!

Victoria Beckham wants to share her wealth of knowledge with her fans! Or at least unsuspecting New Yorkers who happened to stumble across her booth — run by Derek Blasberg — for Vanity Fair's "Derek Does Stuff With a Friend" segment! Related: The Spice Girls Will Reportedly Reunite Next Year For a small fee of $2, the Spice [...]

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC