Snake Eyes–Appearing in the May issue of Vanity Fair, actor Neil Patrick Harris is photographed by Annie Leibovitz with styling by Deborah Afshan in West Hollywood. Following the series finale of How I Met Your Mother, Harris is preparing to take Broadway as the lead in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Show More Summary
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Vanity Fair talks to Catherine Cleary Wolters, who says she was "not the older sexy, glamorous lesbian who snatched [Piper] from her pristine Smith College cradle."
Vanity Fair sent their very own Nick Carraway — an observant, penniless everyman named A. A. Gill — into the gilded world of the extremely, painfully, incomprehensibly rich. He discovered that many are suffering from a new psychological disorder he has dubbed "Perfection Anxiety" the ennui of the most vulgarly wealthy people. After... More »
Lin-Manuel Miranda for Vanity Fair (and Annie Leibowitz) take a look at Neil Patrick Harris as he prepares for his upcoming role on Broadway as Hedwig in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. And the VF camera crew has a talk...
AOL is trying to entice consumers to linger a bit longer by adding video to its homepage. The portal includes original and on-demand videos from partners like Glamour, ESPN, Self, The New York Times, Vogue and Vanity Fair. The videos...Show More Summary
Picture Perfect–A distinguished ballet dancer, Roberto Bolle snags another cover of Vanity Fair Italia. Connecting with the talented Bruce Weber, Bolle lends his talent and grace to a story that casts him as a nude statue. A picture perfect character out of an epic story, Bolle comes alive, hitting incredible marks in a picturesque location. Show More Summary
In the latest issue of Vanity Fair, architecture critic Paul Goldberger takes on the four supertall, super skinny skyscrapers rising just south of Central Park, calling the One57 building a "tall refugee from Las Vegas." He goes on to compare...
Here’s Alexandra Daddario posing nude for the new issue of Vanity Fair which if you click on, will lead you right into the gallery of her naked on True Detective. And that’s the story of why you’re looking at this post. The End. Photo: Vanity FairRead More...
Welcome back to another edition of FishbowlNY’s weekly Cover Battle. This round features Scene versus Vanity Fair. Scene went all in with Joe Jonas because apparently it’s still 2008. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
Sally Draper doesn't play when it comes to style, attitude and wit -- and neither does "Mad Men" actress Kiernan Shipka, who plays the troubled Draper daughter. In a beautiful Vanity Fair spread, 14-year-old Shipka radiates in expertly...Show More Summary
The May edition of Vanity Fair, available online to subscribers on Friday, includes "a 20,000-word narrative" on NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Vanity Fair’s website has a preview of some of the responses Snowden gave to the magazine...Show More Summary
Graydon Carter, the longtime Vanity Fair editor, has been elected to the American Society of Magazine Editors’ Hall of Fame. He’ll be honored at a ceremony at the Marquis on May 1. Carter has been in the magazine business for many years. Show More Summary
In the News: Internet security flaw 'Heartbleed' threatens millions; Small few make millions from Medicare; Senate takes up equal pay vote and Republicans expected to block it; Vanity Fair interviews Snowden; NATO warns Russia
His life in Russia, his motivation for leaking top secret documents, and Julian Assange are just some of the things Edward Snowden talks about in a new Vanity Fair interview. The magazine released portions of its interview with the famous...Show More Summary
The more press he gets the better it is for all of us.
Vanity Fair Uses White Woman As Example Of Curves And Bronzed Skin Vanity Fair magazine drew praises from across the United States last month when they rightfully diversified the cover of their annual “Hollywood Issue” to include actors and actresses
Scarlett Johansson prefers a low-key man over the emotionally "obsessed" actor type. In fact, it's exactly what she found in her fiancé, Romain Dauriac, a French journalist and ad man.
In a new interview with Vanity Fair magazine, Ed Snowden seems to be hitting back at nearly every bogus claim made by his critics. He kicks it off by responding to the claims that if he were a real whistleblower, he should have just gone through "official channels." He claims that he did that and nothing happened. Show More Summary
With her new comedy "Chef" slated to hit theaters next month, Scarlett Johansson pitched in on promotions by covering the May 2014 issue of Vanity Fair magazine. During her interview with the publication, the 29-year-old actress opened...Show More Summary