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Trump’s Ex-Wife Once Claimed He Kept Book of Hitler Speeches Near His Bed

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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.

Caitlyn Jenner Visits Gay Club: Penis and Boot Alert!

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

Shorties (An Interview with Elena Ferrante, An Interview with Grimes, and more)

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...

Donald Trump's ex-wife once said he kept a book of Hitler's speeches by his bed

According to a 1990 Vanity Fair interview, Ivana Trump once told her lawyer Michael Kennedy that her husband, real estate mogul and now Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, kept a book of Hitler's speeches near his bed. "Show More Summary

Author Elena Ferrante: 'I Am A Passionate Reader of Feminist Thought'

The Story of the Lost Child, the fourth and final book of Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan series, will be released next week. (SPOILER: It’s wonderful.) Vanity Fair was lucky enough to nab an interview (conducted over email) with the elusive chanteuse écrivaine, and the first part was published today. Show More Summary

This Month, We Watched A Room with a View with Vanity Fair’s Joanna Robinson

In this month's edition of Remedial Film School, critic Jeff Bayer joins forces with Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson to talk about A Room With A View.

How 'Vanity Fair' Went from Cartoons to Caitlyn

Images courtesty of Karen X. Cheng and Jerry Gabra Cosmopolitan magazine wasn't always a hotbed for wacky sex tips involving donuts, and National Geographic used to be more text-based than visuals—but the New Yorker is pretty much the same as it was back in 1925. Show More Summary

Jony Ive and Jimmy Iovine to speak at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit

Vanity Fair has announced its speakers for its 2015 New Establishment Summit, revealing that Apple design guru Jony Ive will once again be taking part. Also set to speak at the summit is Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine, who now calls Apple home. Show More Summary

Jony Ive & Jimmy Iovine slated to speak at Vanity Fair Summit in October

Vanity Fair today has revealed the list of people who will speak at its upcoming New Establishment Summit in October and once again, Apple’s Chief Design Officer Jony Ive will be in attendance. Last year, Ive attended the event and discussed many of his opinions on design and told several stories of designing the various iPhone […]

Apple's Jony Ive, Jimmy Iovine to join tech and entertainment luminaries at Vanity Fair event

Apple CDO Jony Ive will again be attending Vanity Fair's 2015 New Establishment Summit in October to talk design and tech -- and potentially new iPhones -- this time accompanied by Beats cofounder Jimmy Iovine.

Rapping About Penetrating Kylie?

Caitlyn, the transgender Olympic champion formerly known as Bruce, unveiled her new name and look in a sexy Vanity Fair cover shoot for the July issue. Here’s a look at who they really are and what made them famous. The Kardashian matriarch stepped out in a jaw-dropping ensemble, showing off her black bra underneath her

Jony Ive will offer another peek behind Apple curtain at Vanity Fair Summit

Jony Ive seemed embarrassed when Vanity Fair’s Graydon Carter started their interview by calling Ive the “greatest industrial designer in the world right now.” The Apple design guru closed his eyes, rubbed his head, and then provided a soft-spoken but enlightening 25-minute peek inside his head during 2014’s Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit. Wonder what […]

Tesla becomes first carmaker to top Forbes’ Innovative Companies list

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A year after its founder Elon Musk was named the business world’s number-one “disrupter” by Vanity Fair magazine, American upstart Tesla Motors has been decalred the world’s most innovative company. Topping the list, which is published annually by business magazine Forbes, has also given Tesla the auspicious honour of being the first carmaker to do so. […]

Fair Or Foul? Halloween Stores Selling “Call Me Caitlyn” Costumes

Caitlyn Jenner Halloween Costume Hits Retailers A new costume has hit stores, emulating Caitlyn Jenner’s coming out cover of Vanity Fair. Naturally, people are calling it both transphobic and hilarious. Via NBCnews: It’s nowhere near October, but one ensemble

Great Job, Internet!: The actress that played Rayanne on My So-Called Life is now a Countess

A.J. Langer—the actress best known for playing Rayanne Graff on My So-Called Life, is now a countess. That news comes courtesy of a new piece in Vanity Fair aptly titled “How a My So-Called Life Actress Became a Member of British Nobility,” which is well-worth a read for any fans of the 20-year-old show or of the millennia-old British monarchy. Show More Summary

Caitlyn Jenner Halloween Costume Enrages Internet: Harmless Fun or Crossing a Line?

Everyone has seen Vanity Fair’s popular July cover of Caitlyn Jenner, which marked the transgender star's landmark debut as a woman. Now, predictably and in the opinion of many, sadly, you will soon be seeing the Halloween costume version...Show More Summary

People are outraged over this distasteful Caitlyn Jenner Halloween costume

Several Halloween costume retailers are currently under fire for selling a Caitlyn Jenner costume. Based on Jenner's Vanity Fair cover, the costume features a white bodysuit with a "padded top" and sash that reads "Call Me Caitlyn." While...Show More Summary

Videos: ‘Vanity Fair’ story about anti-Semitic pogrom in Paris is falling apart

'Vanity Fair' says it may be time for French Jews to leave Paris because of a supposed attack on a synagogue a year ago. The event in fact involved a "rampage" by the Jewish Defense League in response to pro-Palestinian demonstrators during the attack on Gaza.

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