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What in the Hell is High Fashion

Okay, I love reading Vogue and Vanity Fair just as much as any twenty year old who has the slightest interest in fashion, personally it makes me feel more sophisticated but that’s besides the point. 767 more words

Boston

Ben A-Fail

Ho Ho Ho! Christmas season is upon us and it’s starting to get chilly! As I was looking through our monthly arrival of magazines at work I noticed Ben Affleck was on the covers of both Details Mag (Oct 2014) and Vanity Fair Italy (Nov 2014). 270 more words

Editorial

Vanity Rant

I have been breezing through Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray (Project Gutenberg edition!). According to Kindle, I’m about 26% of the way through it. 239 more words

Rant

VF's Lazy July cover fail

 Not too long ago I picked up my issue of Vanity Fair U.S. At first I thought “well that can’t be right…I feel like I’ve bought this issue already.” That’s when I realized they completely “recycled”, if I may say, their January cover. 91 more words

Editorial

Moodboard: Surveillance Footage 1.1

Over the weekend I read Vanity Fair’s long-form report, ‘The Snowden Saga: A Shadowland of Secrets and Light‘. It was an extremely insightful read into the events surrounding whistle-blower Edward Snowden’s whirlwind year and the events leading up to and after his decision to release classified documents. 129 more words

Mood Board

Love & the Maypole

George Wolfe Plank

An extremely prolific artist, George Plank (1883-1965) produced hundreds of magazine covers – mostly for Vogue – but also for Vanity Fair. This one is entitled “Love and the Maypole”, from the very early 1900s. 30 more words

Vanity Fair

diana vreeland: the vogue years

there has always been air of dignified mystery around diana vreeland. a certain je ne sais quoi of how she turned a simple society magazine into the raison d’etre of the fashion publishing industry. 198 more words

Fashion