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Jennifer Lawrence Lived Out Her Real Housewives Fantasy

"I do love my Real Housewives," Jennifer Lawrence once told Vanity Fair. "New York Housewives — and Beverly Hills, New Jersey, and Atlanta Housewives. I mean, I love them all, but Miami — oh, my God! Miami is really special." And boy, did she mean it. Enough to visit the... More »

The Most Globally Influential French Fashionistas?

Some very significant names are missing from Vanity Fair France's list.

What We Can Learn About Rich People from the New Tatler TV Show

[body_image width='700' height='525' path='images/content-images/2014/11/17/' crop='images/content-images-crops/2014/11/17/' filename='what-we-can-learn-from-the-tatler-documentary-body-image-1416221018.jpg' id='4310'] A Vanity Fair shoot for a debutants' ball. Show More Summary

Why The Republicans Won Despite Being Wrong On The Issues, Revisited

Paul Krugman discussed how the Republicans won in the midterm elections despite being wrong about pretty much everything. Kurt Eichenwald has more in Vanity Fair looking at many of the things conservatives were wrong about over  the past thirty years. Although the list is far from complete, I’d suggest checking out the full article for [...]Show More Summary

Anjelica Huston Details Jack Nicholson's Philandering in Her Memoir

Anjelica Huston has excerpted parts of her forthcoming memoir, Watch Me, in the December 2014 issue of Vanity Fair, which chronicle her tumultuous, 16-year relationship with Jack Nicholson from 1973 to 1989. He was a notorious player, of course, but she found some sneaky (if depressing) ways to get even. Read more...

Video: While Away The Afternoon WIth Khan, Hastings, & Williams, Vanity Fair-Style

Here's a half-hour talk with Sal Khan, Reed Hastings, and Jane Williams - plus a link to the Annie Liebovitz Vanity Fair portrait of Khan and a profile by EdSec Arne Duncan.

Meet the Famed Holocaust-Surviving Tailor Who Snuck Advice to Eisenhower in His Suits

This article was originally posted in Vanity Fair. In 1956, Martin Greenfield was a twentysomething Czech immigrant working as a tailor at the well-regarded Brooklyn suit maker GGG Clothes. Greenfield had gotten in the door, in 1947,...Show More Summary

Sean O’Pry Talks to Vanity Fair About Taylor Swift ‘Blank Space’ Music Video

Sean, the Video Star-Vanity Fair connects with model Sean O’Pry to talk about his role in Taylor Swift’s new music video for Blank Space.... The post Sean O’Pry Talks to Vanity Fair About Taylor Swift ‘Blank Space’ Music Video appeared first on The Fashionisto.

The Feminist Life: The Shallow Expectations Keeping Women Out of Politics

Normally, I like Vanity Fair a lot. It’s a publication that still boasts a commitment to covering Kennedys (especially my favorite one, Jackie). Plus, I once witnessed someone asking editor-in-chief Graydon Carter why the magazine continued to feature things, such as royalty—American or otherwise—that younger potential readers don’t care about. Show More Summary

What GOP Control of Senate Means for Obama

Kia Makarechi, Vanity Fair: Republicans will control the Senate -- and, thus, both houses of United States legislature -- for the final two years of Barack Obama's presidency. That's hardly welcome news for the executive branch, which...Show More Summary

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This week I learned the best time and day of the week to buy airline tickets, and more

Read more about the facts mentioned: The best time to buy airline tickets is on Sunday 57 days in advance (Factually) The branded bandit: meet an F.B.I. agent in charge of nicknaming bank robbers (Vanity Fair) Real life journalist suing...Show More Summary

It Was Never Really About the Books

by John Herrman This is the most important paragraph in Keith Gessen's big Vanity Fair piece about publishers and Amazon: The success of Amazon changed all that. It has been said that Amazon got into the book business accidentally—that it might as well have been selling widgets. Show More Summary

Rihanna Is Back on Instagram . . . and a Cover Girl For Elle!

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : FabSugar

The fashion magazines are calling on top Hollywood stars to close out 2014! Lupita Nyong'o covers Glamour, Rihanna graces Elle, and Angelina Jolie lent her good looks to Vanity Fair - making the December issues definitely worth a read; check it out. On Allison: Equipment top

Angelina Jolie says she may run for political office some day

She’s a POTUS we can all get behind. Oscar winner, UN ambassador, supermom and human rights activist Angelina Jolie hinted to Vanity Fair that she might consider a run for political office.

Emma Stone is Ravishing in Vanity Fair’s “Cabaret” Preview Stills

With just a week to go until her Broadway debut in “Cabaret,” Emma Stone is featured in a new set of teaser snapshots from Vanity Fair. Clad in some seriously sexy garb, the “Help” actress poses alongside Alan Cumming, Benjamin Eakeley,...Show More Summary

A $364 MILLION MISTAKE: How Universal Blew Its Chance To Cash In On Uber (VIVPA)

Kara Swisher has a profile of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick in Vanity Fair. Here's a crazy story we just learned reading it. When Uber, the startup that makes an app you can use to summon a taxi, first started in 2010, it was called UberCab. Show More Summary

Uber CEO admits he tried to undermine Lyft's fundraising efforts

Travis Kalanick is really not an enemy you want to have In a new profile of the Uber CEO published in Vanity Fair, Kalanick openly admits that he tried to undermine the ability of Lyft, the startup's chief rival in the car-hailing space,...Show More Summary

The CEO Of Uber Proudly Admits That He Tried To Nuke His Biggest Rival's Funding Raising

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick admitted to trying to torpedo funding efforts of his biggest rival, Lyft. In a profile of Kalanick for Vanity Fair, Kara Swisher reports the following: “We knew that Lyft was going to raise a ton of money,” says Kalanick. Show More Summary

Angelina Jolie: 'I'm open' to running for political office

3 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : StyleList

Angelina Jolie is on the December cover of Vanity Fair, and besides looking positively stunning, the actress and humanitarian talks married life and career ambitions. Angelina Jolie is on the December cover of Vanity Fair, and besides...Show More Summary

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