Eminent Domains - 1040 Fifth Avenue: Jackie O's Unusual NYC Neighbor
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Gene Pope may have been the two most unlikely neighbors in New York history. The former First Lady and founder of the tabloid glossy “The National Enquirer” lived harmoniously in the same apartment building at 1040 Fifth Ave., even though their lives were worlds apart.
Our Reunion with Andre Gregory and Wallace Shawn
The stars of the cult classic My Dinner with Andre talk to Jordan Hoffman about their fears of younger generations, why it’s no fun to go to the theater anymore, and Shawn’s role in a very different kind of cult classic.
Carl’s Crush - #NO! Pt. 2 What Not to Wear
As the Vanity Fair fashion market director, Michael Carl's job is to save you from making terrible fashion mistakes. Whether it's designer Tevas, gladiator sandals, or anything that Kim Kardashian would wear—he's not afraid to tell you it's a hashtag NO!
The Cast of The Expendables 3 Poses for Vanity Fair
Yes, they’re all really in one place—Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Harrison Ford, and more action-movie icons join forces for The Expendables 3, and for this shoot with photographer Jonathan Becker.
Vanity Code - How to Deal with Millennials in the Workplace
Oh, those pesky Generation Y-ers, with their obsessive social-media habits and inflated sense of self-importance. They're beginning to infiltrate the workforce, but don't worry—with a few tweaks to your lifestyle and work habits you'll find yourself emoji-ing and hashtagging to fit right in with the rest of them.
She’s Patti Mayonnaise and Yoga Jones: Constance Shulman Talks to Vanity Fair
Famous to a generation of children as the voice of dream girl Patti Mayonnaise on the animated show Doug, Constance Shulman has broken back out in pop culture as Yoga Jones on Orange Is the New Black. We spoke to her about her experiences on both landmark shows.
August 2014 Teaser Reel
From Margot Robbie, Maureen O’Hara, and Samantha Power to Prince George himself, a preview of all the summer treats in our August 2014 issue.
From the Lost Nixon Tapes: “Soviet Jews? It’s None of Our Business”
President Richard M. Nixon and Henry Kissinger strategize how to maintain their relationship with the U.S.S.R. despite America’s criticism of Russia’s mistreatment of Soviet Jews.
From the Lost Nixon Tapes: “Girls Don’t Swear?”
President Richard M. Nixon reveals his views on girls who swear—they lose all femininity and intelligence.
From the Lost Nixon Tapes: “Gays Are Born That Way”
President Richard M. Nixon discusses homosexuality and society with H.R. Haldeman and Henry Kissinger.