Vanity Fair UK
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Vanity Fair opens the door to Hollywood. With a unique mix of grit and glamour, we track the latest scandals, the greatest achievements and the newest stars. Vanity Fair is a cultural catalyst. A provocative mix of culture, politics and high finance that generates more monthly media coverage than any other glossy magazine.With an outstanding combination of iconic photography, groundbreaking stories, in-depth reportage, and social commentary, Vanity Fair is the biography of our age, one month at a time.
THE TRIMMINGS • THE VANITY FAIR GIFT GUIDE
2020’s Greatest GIFT • IT’S BEEN A year unlike any other, but with a foldable design, a revolutionary Flex mode and lightning-fast connection, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G is a phone for our times
FOR THE SPARKLING SONGBIRD • A dose of glitter offers a seasonal glow-up worthy of Dreamgirls (2006; on Amazon Prime)
FOR THE NATTY NEWSHOUND • Keeping tabs on All the President’s Men (1976; on Vudu)—from Nixon’s goons to Trump’s buffoons—doesn’t mean sacrificing sharp style
FOR THE TIME TRAVELER • Go Back to the Future (1985; on Netflix) for retro magic: ’80s nostalgia meets the newest technology
FOR THE MOD GADABOUT • One need not be The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999; on HBO Max) to indulge in la dolce vita—strong espresso, luscious leisurewear, some long cons…
FOR THE KIDS AT HEART • Revel in the pint-size trials of Toy Story (1995; on Disney+), where cowgirls, space rangers, and colorful delights rule the universe
FOR THE DESERT ROSE • Apocalypse now? Take a burnished page from Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985; on Hulu), where the chain mail gleams and the heat is on high
A CURATED SELECTION OF ART & DESIGN OBJECTS TO HELP REBUILD BEIRUT
VANITIES • VANITAS VANITATUM
The Body ELECTRIC
London CALLING • Property developer EDO MAPELLI MOZZI loves a sharp suit—and perhaps for his wife, Princess Beatrice, some pink roses
Good HUMOR • Comedian CHLOE FINEMAN makes a strong first impression—lots of them, actually
Grand Entrance • Keep calm and kick off the year with these brand-spankin’-new debuts.
Goodbye to ALL THAT • As the year draws to a close, a proper kiss-off is in order. Here, six cultural voices mark the transition to 2021 with choice words and swipes of lipstick
In Colbert We Trust • When the White House gave up even the pretense of truthiness, when the pandemic drove us inside and inward, Stephen Colbert made our late nights a lot less dark by becoming the rarest of things: himself
THE Oracle OF Brit • In 2008, BRITNEY SPEARS entered into a conservatorship—her father and the courts control her life. Now, what started as an internet meme has grown into a serious movement to #FreeBritney
What Follows Hope • A conversation between Barack Obama and Jesmyn Ward
GEMMA’S GIFT • IN THE NEXT YEAR, WE’LL SEE GEMMA CHAN IMPROVISE WITH MERYL STREEP AND PLAY AN IMMORTAL ALIEN. SEEMS LIKE SHE’S UP FOR A CHALLENGE
And the Band Played On • For nearly two decades, Doug Band was Bill Clinton’s most trusted adviser—a surrogate son and the architect of his improbable second act. Then came their bitter falling out. With Clinton’s legacy once again under examination, the former protégé breaks his silence
Requiem for a Dream • Of all my restaurants, BALTHAZAR has been the hardest to watch suffer through the pandemic. But, I have hope—and my memories
FIRE STARTERS • Before we all spent our days on Zoom, TWIN FLAMES UNIVERSE used the power of its Facebook group and webcams to spread a gospel of eternal love—and build a business. Is it a cult, as some ex-members allege, or the outermost extremes of...