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Vanity FairVanity Fair

Vanity Fair September 2016

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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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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43 essays... across 33 years

comingThis FallCHRISTOPHER HITCHENS ON DOROTHY PARKER •MICHAEL LEWISONTOM WOLFE JAMES WOLCOTT ON JACK KEROUAC • DAVE EGGERS ON ISHMAEL BEAH SUSAN CHEEVER ON E. E. CUMMINGS •JACQUELINE WOODSONONJAMES BALDWIN JOSEPH BRODSKY ON W. H. AUDEN • LAURA JACOBS ON MARY MCCARTHY ELIZABETH BISHOPONMARIANNE MOORE • ANNE TYLER ON REYNOLDS PRICE MEG WOLITZER ON JUDY BLUME • MARTIN AMIS ON SALMAN RUSHDIE JAY MCINERNEYONPAUL BOWLES • AMY FINE COLLINS ON JACQUELINE SUSANN EVGENIA PERETZ ON DONNA TARTT •A. SCOTT BERGONERNEST HEMINGWAY RICHARD B. WOODWARD ON CORMAC MCCARTHY •MARIE BRENNERONKAY THOMPSON • TODD S. PURDUM ON JAMES PATTERSON... and many morepenguin bookswww.penguin.com ■…

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EXPERIENCEPeroni Nastro Azzurro & Francesco Carrozzini: The House of Peroni, September 8-10,2016This September, Peroni Nastro Azzurro will unveil the House of Peroni in the U.S. An exclusive showcase of fashion, art, film, and culture, the House will be brought to life by creative director and renowned photographer and film director Francesco Carrozzini. Located on New York City's Fifth Avenue and curated by Carrozzini, the space will host a series of enriching events and private experiences showcasing and celebrating the creative process, houseofpcroniusa.comREDHeidi NazarudinThis former investment banker learned not just how to dress incredibly chicly but also make a business out of being smart, savvy, and strategic. Heidi is passionate about helping ambitious working women and fashion brands connect in a powerful way. With a presence in the U.S., Southeast Asia,…

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vanityfair.com

FROM TOP : Stars of the Style Portfolio Deepika Padukone, Lakeith Stanfield, Joe Alwyn, and Riley Keough.ONLINE FEATURESRIO REALITYDespite Brazil’s woes, the world will still stop to marvel at the Summer Olympics this month. Will the Games themselves tank or triumph? VF.com heads to Rio to report the score from the stadiums and the streets.FOLLOW THE MONEYJoin us every Tuesday and Thursday for Hive at Five, V.F.’s inaugural Facebook Live series featuring Nick Bilton, Sarah Ellison, and other ace reporters in conversation about Wall Street, Washington, Silicon Valley, and the egos therein.BRAVE HEARTActress, screenwriter, and producer Rashida Jones has added another line to her C.V. The social activist traveled to Lebanon and shares her impressions from a heart-wrenching journey through the country’s refugee camps.CHILDHOOD COMEBACKMara Wilson was a familiar face…

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clothes encounters

The September 2016 issue demonstrates how, under the right circumstances, stylish moments can happen almost anywhere, just about anytime, and to practically anybody. Shot partly in a desanctified church in Marylebone, London, on a cold, rainy day, and partly in a Norma Desmond–era mansion in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, during a record-shattering heat wave, “A Vintage Collection” (page 208) showcases 11 of Vanity Fair’s favorite up-and-comers. “The overall concept,”V.F. creative director (fashion and style) Jessica Diehl explains, “was to assign to each young actor a style profile relating to a particular decade. The results are more like a collection of portraits than a fashion story.” Willowy Elizabeth Debicki, for example, languidly channels the silent-film sirens of the 1920s, while Riley Keough, poured into a Fendi baby-doll mini, evokes the poignant…

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contributors

INGRID SISCHYThe critic Ingrid Sischy, who was a Vanity Fair Contributing Editor for almost two decades, died a little over a year ago. As Graydon Carter wrote then, “What interested her most were art and fashion, and she traversed those two hothouses like a bemused empress.” “A Place Called Charivari,” on page 188, was her sole unpublished V.F. article. It celebrates Charivari, the 1980s Manhattan clothing boutique that was the intersection of Ingrid’s two passions.MARIO TESTINO“I want to portray style that comes from the persona,” says Contributing Photographer Mario Testino, who shot Alicia Vikander for this month’s cover and for “Alicia in Wonderland,” on page 196. “Alicia can turn on the femininity—the strong, the powerful, the sexy,” he says, adding that Vikander was completely relaxed with Bob: “She and the…

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READMarianna HewitlMarianna Hewitt is a TV host turned lifestyle blogger sharing her personal style, beauty tips, and travel adventures. An educated consumer and makeup junkie at heart, she reveals her favorite products and techniques to a diverse international audience. Her how-to video tutorials connect deeply with viewers by showcasing, say, the latest must-have lipstick or a trick for beach waves that'll never go out of style. With a curious spirit, Marianna also covers fashion, food, and travel, inspiring fans to lead a beautiful life inside and out. lifewithme.comEVENTLOUIS XIIIEXPERIENCEWHITE Communications: 25 Years of DedicationAt WHITE Communications, we have been successfully devoting our expertise to our clients from the premium and luxury segment for 25 years. Thanks to this in-depth experience in media planning, public relations, digital campaign management, and creative…

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