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Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair December 2019

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

1 min.
the art of gifting

TAKE A SEAT Invite your guests to take their place at the table with place cards decorated with Ferrero Rocher®. Visit ferrerorocher.com to download and print place cards beautifully designed with the perfect spot to add a sweet treat. LET IT SNOW (FLAKE) Design a festive dinner table that conjures up the childhood wonder of the season: Print your own paper snowflake patterns at ferrerorocher.com and then display them around your table—and don’t forget to add a Ferrero Rocher® in the center, of course. PARTING GIFTS Inspire sweet memories of a winter-wonderful evening and gift your departing guests a beautifully packaged Ferrero Rocher® 6-Piece Holiday Cube. GO TO THE TIPS AND IDEAS SECTION ON FERREROROCHER.COM…

4 min.
vanity fair

Editor in Chief Radhika Jones Deputy Editor Kira Pollack Creative Director Chris Dixon Director of Editorial Operations Caryn Prime Executive Editors Eric Bates, Claire Howorth, Daniel Kile Executive Hollywood Editor Jeff Giles Editor, Creative Development David Friend Executive Fashion Director Samira Nasr Market Director Nicole Chapoteau Accessories Director Daisy Shaw-Ellis Entertainment Director Alison Ward Frank Legal Affairs Editor Robert Walsh Director of Special Projects Sara Marks Research Director David Gendelman Beauty Director Laura Regensdorf Design Director Justin Patrick Long Senior West Coast Editor Britt Hennemuth Production Director Mia Tran Copy Director Michael Casey Associate Editors Mary Alice Miller, Louisa Strauss, Keziah Weir Associate Legal Affairs Editor Simon Brennan Research Editor Mary Flynn Reporter-Researchers Brendan Barr, Michael Sacks Copy Manager Michael Quiñones Editorial Finance Manager Geoff Collins Senior Visuals Editors Tara Johnson, Cate Sturgess Entertainment Editor Caitlin Brody Special Projects Manager Ari…

2 min.

1 Abigail TRACY “The Super Speaker,” p. 96 “When I left Nancy Pelosi’s office, the historical gravity of the moment really settled in,” says Tracy, who has been writing about Congress and foreign policy for Vanity Fair’s Hive since it launched in 2016. “Pelosi never wanted impeachment, but she seemed at peace with her decision.” 2 Karen VALBY “The Ballad of John & Chrissy,” p. 74 “Some public people are even better than you hope them to be,” says Valby, who profiled John Legend and Chrissy Teigen for this month’s cover story. “They kept returning to subjects, even difficult ones, because they’re interested in what each other has to say. I missed my plane, because I couldn’t bear to leave the conversation.” 3 Jason BELL “Empire State of Mind,” p. 86 Bell, the acclaimed British portrait photographer, shot…

1 min.
google pixel

FACE FORWARD Legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz has embarked on a series of portraits of individuals whose passion and commitment are changing the landscape of our time. Shot exclusively on Google Pixel, the pictures portray extraordinary people who are defined by their fierce desire to make the world a better place, no matter how daunting the obstacles. To see more of Annie’s portraits, visit g.co/pixel/annie. Use Google Lens to unlock immersive behind-the-scenes content from this shoot. BRYAN STEVENSON, EQUAL JUSTICE LAWYER Photographed on Google Pixel by Annie Leibovitz A Harvard Law School graduate and the great-grandson of slaves, Stevenson founded the Equal Justice Initiative, which provides free legal representation to prisoners on death row and to imprisoned children. He also helped create the National Memorial for Peace and Justice and The Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass…

2 min.
the right note

The first day that Annie Leibovitz photographed the Speaker of the House, shadowing her through a day of meetings on Capitol Hill, was the same day many hoped might herald the beginning of impeachment proceedings against the president. Elsewhere on the Hill, Robert Mueller was testifying before the House judiciary committee. By the end of that day, his testimony seemed like a final curtain; in reality, it was just a false start. And so, in this issue we present Annie’s suite of pictures of Nancy Pelosi at work, illustrative of the Speaker’s drive, focus, and uncanny ability to rise above the noise of a chaotic news cycle. “The times have found us,” she tells V.F.’s Abigail Tracy, quoting Thomas Paine, and if they found us a few months later than…

2 min.

“Why are some people apathetic about discrimination until it targets them?”—Elaine Nicol, Santa Barbara, California The Lupita Nyong’o cover took my breath away [“Upon a Star,” by Kimberly Drew, October]. When I picked up the magazine at my post office, I immediately showed the clerk. His jaw dropped. He showed it to his crew, who all said it was the most lovely photo of her: perfect colors, styling, and expression. A few of us decided to meet up and talk about the article and we actually did. Everyone had their new V.F. with them! We shared much conversation over coffee and ice cream (hot strong beside cold sweetness. Perfection. It’s Boston. That’s how we roll.) We have plans for another hang soon thanks to Lupita Nyong’o via Vanity Fair. Lynn Small Boston Why…