What a party, what a photo.
What a party, what a photo.
Mark Seliger shot special Instagram portraits of Lupita Nyong’o, Jon Hamm, Bill Murray, and other Hollywood A-listers at the legendary after-party.
That’s half of the actors included in the annual Oscar-season celebration!
Contentious hedge fund manager and activist investor Daniel Loeb is usually tight-lipped about the controversies that surround him. But at today’s New York Times DealBook Conference, Loeb dropped some bombs and addressed his critics, including George Clooney.
In the May 1996 issue of Vanity Fair, Lagerfeld paid homage to the classic film, Gone with the Wind, by casting none other than Naomi Campbell as Scarlett O’Hara, and that was the best thing about this strange all-star mess.
Thanks, Vanity Fair!
Even if you’re not a fan of him. Promise.
Galliano gave the exclusive post-“I love Hitler” interview to Vanity Fair. At long last, the internet’s most talented cats are able to act out the story through his words.
One of them is a giant diss towards Tina Fey and Amy Poehler (how dare she). The others are about her love life.
The ceremony was just the beginning for Tinseltown’s A-list.
Seriously, the comedic dream team.
The 26-year-old Les Mis actress trades in her ingenue persona, rocking sexy couture in the mag’s December issue.
Obama reveals what it’s like to sleep at 1600 Pennsylvania in an interview with Michael Lewis in October’s Vanity Fair.
In celebration of Paramount Pictures’ 100th birthday, photographer Art Streiber took this gargantuan photo for the July issue of Vanity Fair, assembling, “116 of the greatest talents ever to work at the studio.” And Justin Bieber.
The President was quite the paramour. From the Vanity Fair article excerpting the upcoming book by David Maraniss, Becoming Obama. Here are the most revealing moments from the letters and journals of two of Barack Obama’s girlfriends from the early ’80s, Alex McNear and Genevieve Cook, when the young Columbia grad was struggling to find his way in New York City.
Posh and Becks. TomKat. Don and Betty Draper. Kate Upton — and every Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model for the past three years, for that matter. Though everybody looked just lovely on the Oscar red carpet, all the famous people you really care about showed up to the Vanity Fair after-party instead. Herewith, 100 photos of A-listers ready to party the night away.
We expected this kind of behavior from Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin. But Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez? Keep it in your pants, children! Now Paul Rudd and Jason Bateman, on the other hand… (via vanityfair.com)
If you watch a lot of television and movies, chances are high that you probably can recognize everyone that made Vanity Fair’s esteemed list. Kitty “Say Goodbye To These” Sanchez FTW.
He’s got to be kidding, right? When asked about the experience of working on photo shoots, Johnny Depp told Vanity Fair ‘You just feel like you’re being raped somehow. Raped. The whole thing. It feels like a kind of weird… just weird, man. Whenever you have a photo shoot or something like that, it’s like… you just feel dumb. It’s just so stupid.’ (via amygrindhouse.com) View Image ›
At least, that’s the prediction of a majority of respondents in a new Vanity Fair/60 Minutes poll. “Fat and bald” was another popular choice. We are a pessimistic people. And why is 60 Minutes polling this? View List ›
Spotted at the Vanity Fair Oscars party, here’s a photostrip of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez. How were they able to fit a motorboat into the booth? View List ›
Depp, 47, sat down with rocker Patti Smith for an interview with Vanity Fair magazine to discuss his costar from The Tourist.
To mark the film’s 30th anniversary, Vanity Fair presents rarely seen photographs from the Empire Strikes Back set, annotated with behind-the-scenes details.
Olympian Johnny Weir goes gaga, pulling a Tonya Harding for Vanity Fair in these bloody outtakes. View Image ›
Vanity Fair put Jessica Simpson on its June cover, and people are all kinds of hysterical about this fact. Here it is! Now you are ready for all this week’s important conversations about the feminine ideal and death of print etc ad nauseam. View Image ›
Paul Rudd, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, and Jason Segel reenact the infamous Tom Ford/ScarJo Vanity Fair cover. I know it’s supposed to be “funny,” but yowza, Paul Rudd looks good. View Image ›
Apparently, the star of Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern may be out to eat your balls. It’s part of an “ate my balls” web ring that includes Karl Lagerfeld, Vanity Fair, and Barack Obama.
Looking as patriotic as ever, everyone’s favorite comedienne, Tina Fey, goes Yankee Doodle Dandy on Vanity Fair’s cover. Inside, Tina’s husband tells Maureen Dowd about the scar on her left cheek. She chooses not to discuss it, as not to “exploit it” — which, if possible, makes us love her even more. View Image ›
Vanity Fair is launching Stick Shift, a gay car blog. A “gay car,” if you were wondering, is considered “quirkier, more enigmatic, or more fiercely accessorized than the average vehicle.” So, no, a Miata covered in a feather boa it is not. Read More ›