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Vanity FairVanity Fair

Vanity Fair Holiday 2017/2018

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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Conde Nast US
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EXPERIENCE Natural Gas Makes the Season Bright Glimmering lights and a warm turkey in the oven are some of the things we look forward to most during the holidays. Natural gas and oil fuel the traditions that make this season special. Learn how industry innovations help bring modern life more efficiently to you at PowerPastImpossible.org. EVENT Vanity Fair and John Hardy's Night of Legends Vanity Fairand John Hardy co-hosted a dinner honoring Julianne Moore and toasting the brand's new "Made for Legends" platform, which also features Adwoa Aboah. The exclusive dinner, held at New York hotspot Le Coucou, celebrated Julianne Moore, along with visionaries and innovators creating modern-day legacies today, including: Zadie Smith, Julie Taymor, Inez van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Gucci Westman, Martha Stewart, Jenna Lyons, and many more. The evening was nothing short of…

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puzzle this: 5 classic covers

Launched in 1913, Vanity Fair would go on that celebrated the culture of “the smart set.” Its Jazz Age issues bore dazzling covers from the most influential illustrators of the day, including William Bolin, A. H. Fish, to become the sophisticated, witty magazine John Held Jr., and Frank X. Leyendecker. Now five of those classic covers have been re-created as elegant puzzles, evoking a charmed era—gone, but not forgotten. AVAILABLE at NEWYORKPUZZLECOMPANY.COM/COLLECTIONS/VANITY-FAIR PHOTOGRAPH BY LIAM GOODMAN; STYLED BY PAUL PETZY…

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contributors

CHRIS GARRETT Early in her career Chris Garrett was managing editor of Condé Nast’s Tatler magazine, in London, and twice came to New York as a guest editor at V.F. After moving to New York, she became a talent scout for Condé Nast but was not long in the role when, one morning in 1992, she was asked to meet with Condé Nast chairman S. I. Newhouse, Jr., who had just hired Graydon Carter to be editor of V.F. Si was hugely knowledgeable about movies, and, laughing, he observed, “This is like the scene from The Spy Who Came In from the Cold, where Cyril Cusack tells Richard Burton that it is time for him to come in from the cold.” He added, “We need you on Vanity Fair. Graydon should…

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stockholm syndrome

A few months ago a loopy meme that careened around the dark regions of the Internet speculated that a photograph taken on the South Lawn of the White House proves that Melania Trump had been replaced by a body double. (If only it had been referring to her husband.) This conspiracy theory, like so many, was, of course, nuts. We actually do have a real First Lady. She’s the one who has adopted her own version of “blue steel”: that steely, slit-eyed, purse-lipped set of the face. You may have noticed that her husband has also appropriated the look, in order, no doubt, to show that he is a man of parts. Trump didn’t have that look when he was younger, and I suspect that he was inspired by watching…

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carrie coon

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT Since Carrie Coon’s Tony-nominated Broadway breakthrough, five years ago, as Honey in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, the Ohio-bred actress has anchored two prestige television dramas, playing nononsense police chief Gloria Burgle on the latest iteration of FX’s Fargo, and wrenching hearts as Nora Durst, a grief-hardened mother, on HBO’s dystopian epic The Leftovers. Given her bravura performances—Fargo netted her an Emmy nomination this year, in the same category as Nicole Kidman and Jessica Lange—it is not surprising that she was recruited by Steven Spielberg to co-star opposite Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks in The Post, the upcoming film about The Washington Post’s role in exposing the classified Pentagon Papers, in 1971. (Coon plays reporter Meg Greenfield, with Streep as publisher Kay Graham and Hanks as…

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lily james

AGE: 28. PROVENANCE: London. ROLE MODEL: “My grandmother Helen Horton was an actress; I looked up to her in every way.” UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS: After graduating from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, James brought mischief to the manor-born as Lady Rose, on Downton Abbey. “Being cast was life-altering. We were like a family, and it was as good as it looked.” FULL TANK: Since then, she’s played Cinderella for Disney, Shakespeare’s Juliet onstage for Kenneth Branagh, and an American waitress, Debora, for Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver. “I was ready to break loose of the mold and try something different.” WAR ROOM: This holiday season, in Darkest Hour, Joe Wright’s W.W. II biopic, James stars as Elizabeth Layton, the secretary to Winston Churchill, played by Gary Oldman. “I read her…

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