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Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair March 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.

1 Ryan McGINLEY “Miley Everlasting,” p. 82 McGinley, who had a solo show at the Whitney at age 25, photographed Miley Cyrus outside an industrial sand plant in the Everglades, where the two listened to music, danced, and shared pictures of their pets. Cyrus once bought one of McGinley’s photos at a gala for aids research, outbidding Tom Ford. “I’ve always had a big place in my heart for her,” says the photographer. 2 Zach BARON “Miley Everlasting,” p. 82 “There are so few artists who actually command the attention of the country, and Miley Cyrus has been one of them for nearly a decade,” says Baron, a staff writer at GQ who toured Versace’s Miami mansion with the singer. “Everyone acts extremely strange and self-conscious the second they see her, which is always fascinating…

3 min.
the elements of style

A big part of the fun of editing Vanity Fair is that, through our reporting and our events, I have the opportunity to meet actors I’ve long admired on-screen. This January, I met Selma Blair. As Julie Miller writes in her profile, Selma was a fashion muse before celebrity stylists were a thing; her innate style sense and strength of personality made her a natural fit for designers, from Karl Lagerfeld to Stella McCartney. Last year, Selma was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, after five years or so of enduring mysterious symptoms that she could neither explain nor get anyone to take seriously, including, for quite some time, herself. She is a working single parent who is now also a powerful voice for people coping with the practical challenges brought about…

3 min.
opening act

Danielle Macdonald speaks with V.F.’s Krista Smith. Growing up in Australia, did you always have your sights set on Hollywood? Did you come from an acting family? No, my mom’s an accountant and my dad is in shipping. But I was obsessed with movies. When I was little, I used to make my dad stop at the video store on the way home. Then it became, What are we renting on iTunes? What were your favorite things to watch? Clueless, Legally Blonde, Mean Girls… they were the rom-coms of my teenage-hood. There aren’t that many anymore, so I’m hoping for a rom-com resurgence. There’s a lot of horrible stuff happening in the world—give me a good rom-com, please, I need to escape and have a little hope. I watch movies based on what I…

2 min.
full plate

Even when José Andrés isn’t in the kitchen at one of his 31 restaurants across the U.S. and abroad, the Spanish-born chef is still tackling hunger. The restaurateur and humanitarian routinely charges to the front lines of disaster relief, feeding millions of hurricane victims in places like North Carolina, Puerto Rico, and Haiti—and, earlier this year, unpaid federal workers in D.C. during the government shutdown. With his schedule at a rolling boil, the Nobel Peace Prize nominee has made his home in Bethesda, Maryland, a culinary sanctuary. This month, Andrés opens Mercado Little Spain, a sprawling Spanish-food hall in Manhattan’s Hudson Yards.…

1 min.

EVENT Vanity Fair Celebrates Dior Lady Art III This past January, Vanity Fair and Dior welcomed guests to the brand’s New York and Beverly Hills boutiques to celebrate Dior Lady Art III, a limited edition handbag collaboration with female artists. Special guests were invited shop the collection and listen to intimate talks with the artists. Condé Nast Archives Director Ivan Shaw chatted with artist Pae White in Beverly Hills. In NYC, Gallery Gurls blogger Jasmin Hernandez spoke to artists Polly Apfelbaum and Mickalene Thomas. EVENT Jane Walker by Johnnie Walker Unveils ‘Signs of Progress’ Exhibit In celebration of Women’s History Month, Jane Walker by Johnnie Walker will be unveiling the ‘Signs of Progress’ Exhibit starting March 1st at the New York - Historical Society in partnership with their Center for Women’s History. The exhibit, up…

1 min.
desert rising

Rules don’t always apply in the California desert, not for Al Capone and Frank Sinatra, and not for “Desert X” artistic director Neville Wakefield. At the preview of the biennial exhibition (up through April 21), which brings large-scale contemporary art to the Coachella Valley, artists, curators, and gallery kids gathered at mob spot turned wellness center Two Bunch Palms for an exclusive kickoff. “I’m interested where art behaves outside of institutional walls,” Wakefield said. “And the desert offers a tradition—it’s a place where people have been cast off only to discover themselves.” Braving nightfall’s temperature dip, guests in Mad Max meets Reagan-era getups were treated to a performance by bird singers from the Agua Caliente Band of the Cahuilla Indians, the people indigenous to Palm Springs, at the unveiling of…