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Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

March 2020

From entertainment to world affairs, business to style, design to society, Vanity Fair is a cultural catalyst, inspiring and driving the national conversation. Now the magazine has redefined storytelling for the Digital Age, bringing its high-profile interviews, stunning photography, and thought-provoking features to your device in a whole new way.

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12 Issues

In this issue

2 min.

Rachel DODES “HOT, BUT NOT BOTHERED” P. 74 “In 2020, being horny often has nothing to do with being sexually aroused,” says Dodes, a New York–based writer and cohost of the podcast Nope. “You can be horny for justice, grocery stores, or binge-worthy shows. It’s a state of mind, a cri de coeur, a conscious choice to be an enthusiast in a time of despair.” Carlos “Kaito” ARAUJO “THE GOLDEN AGE” P. 76 Diddy’s 50th-birthday party brought out hip-hop’s royalty, many of whom are, like their host, identifiable by a single name: Usher, Kanye, Lizzo. And all of them sat for Araujo in V.F.’s portrait studio. “Just want to give a big thank you to Puff for allowing me to capture these images,” says Araujo. “Capturing timeless images for me to share with the world…

2 min.
editor’s letter

The year begins in January, obviously, but the rap on this January was that it felt a year long. Britain left the European Union, Meghan and Harry left Britain, the Senate took leave of its common sense. (I myself got a year older, which probably would have happened anyway, but I still blame Mitch McConnell.) I don’t know about you, but it added insult to injury every time news of world-historical order dropped nonchalantly onto my phone via push notification, as if the death of the dream of a unified Europe was just another OS update. We can’t turn back the clock, but what if we try starting fresh with spring and its leitmotifs of youth and renewal? Our March issue looks forward, starting with our cover star, Ana de Armas. You…

1 min.
the finer things

Style File ALWAYS WEAR: Bulgari B.zero1 ring (8). GO-TO SHOE: The Row Zipped Boot 1 (2). FAVORITE BAG: Chanel Classic Handbag Spring-Summer 2020 (11). HAIR ACCESSORIES: Boring, but Scünci’s No Damage Thick Hair black elastics. On Beauty LIPSTICK: Nars Dragon Girl Velvet Matte Lip Pencil (5). PERFUME: Le Labo Santal 33 (4). SUPPLEMENTS: Oregano oil capsules are my cure-all. WORKOUT: Sky Ting Yoga, SoulCycle, and a li’l dancing with Megan Roup or FORWARD_ _Space. Sweet Home NEW ADDITION: I recently won my beloved vintage stool by Jean Prouvé at auction. BEDDING: Last Light. FLORA: Seasonally cut branches, like quince (3). POTTERY: Japanese ceramic plates from Roman and Williams Guild. FOUR-LEGGED FRIEND: I just rescued the sweetest pup ever. We met at a film screening hosted by Dianna Agron—he was being fostered by the PR girl.…

5 min.
generation next

It is impossible to pinpoint the moment that Gen X culture hit its zenith, but one could make a sound case for sometime in 1994. That year was major: Tonya vs. Nancy, Pulp Fiction, Weezer’s “Buddy Holly,” the birth of lad mags, the death of Kurt Cobain, the debut of Friends and, a few months later, “the Rachel.” In fashion, that was when grunge crossed over from mildewed Seattle rock venues into suburban malls—a trickledown effect of Marc Jacobs’s spring 1993 collection for Perry Ellis, which put supermodels in flannel and knit beanies (and later got the designer fired). Soon, brands were bending sideways to appeal to next-gen consumers, whom they imagined to be disaffected, wary of being marketed to, and more or less against buying things. So how do you…

1 min.
dream weavers

3 min.
true blue

Raised on sitcoms and surfing, Charlotte Lawrence grew up listening to the sounds of Hollywood. Now the 19-year-old singer writes her own music, eschewing teen pop confection for emotionally raw songs. After her 2018 hit EP, Young, she plans to debut her first full-length album this year and contributes to the soundtracks for Birds of Prey, the latest film in the DC Comics universe, and the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. Here, some insights gleaned from a day on the ski slopes with a bold new voice. SHE WAS RAISED between the L.A. enclaves of Brentwood and Malibu by TV titan parents: Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence and actor Christa Miller. HER MOM hosted Sunday jam sessions for the family’s Grammy-winning friends. “At 13, I played for my music idols and worked hard…