Telling stories in one voice, repurposing online content for the magazine and “figuring out how the two can work together” are among the editor’s priorities.
Some Oscar-winners stayed in the same looks they won their trophies in — lucky charms, perhaps? — but most others switched up their looks for the Vanity Fair Oscars party.
It seems Vanity Fair isn’t too pleased with a recent Times piece on the waning insider allure of the annual Oscars party.
He succeeds Anne Boulay, who is leaving the title and parent company Condé Nast France.
The creative director for Celine is the cover star of the December issue of the magazine.
The two-day event, open to the public, will be held in Milan on Nov. 24 and 25.
The fashion journalist, a former L’Espresso Group employee, will join the title in December.
The team is worried about the planned sale of Mondadori France, amid rumors that Grazia France’s editor in chief is jumping to Vanity Fair.
Michael Carl is taking up a first-of-its-kind role at the luxury brand.
The number of editors and contributors continues to shrink under the new editor in chief.
Samira Nasr comes to Vanity Fair from Elle.
The magazine cut around six as editor in chief Radhika Jones continues to put her stamp on the title.