vanity fair


Hair how-to: Emily Ratajkowski’s undone, rock & roll waves

Spotted at the 2016 Oscars Vanity Fair Party, the ever-stunning Emily Ratajkowski took on the red carpet looking radiant in a sexy black dress featuring a strapless bodice and a super-daring sheer skirt. To complement the sultriness of her look, celebrity hairstylist Christian Wood using Moroccan Oil went for loose, undone waves and a strong center part for an ultimate touch of rock & roll. To recreate…

9 transgender models who are changing the face of beauty

Trans aesthetics are powerful, and of strength, beauty and grace they spoke on Monday, when Caitlyn Jenner was unveiled as Vanity Fair’s July cover star. Marking a groundbreaking moment for the transgender community, the portrait lensed by Annie Leibovitz only serves to attest that transgender identities are now playing increasingly influential roles both in the fashion industry and pop culture. Redefining beauty and building upon…

Passion leads, trouble follows

The picture-perfect kind of beauty so often portrayed by Vivia Tan‘s faultless photographs, is able to put all sorts of intricate scenarios into motion. Just because it can easily disarm, deceive and stir up the strongest emotions, there’s no way of telling that trouble won’t follow, where passion is expected to lead. A vanity affair shielded by a veil of innocence makes for a flimsy…
White Affair by Vivia Tan
White Affair by Vivia Tan
White Affair by Vivia Tan
White Affair by Vivia Tan
White Affair by Vivia Tan
White Affair by Vivia Tan
White Affair by Vivia Tan
White Affair by Vivia Tan

Scarlett Johansson for Vanity Fair France

Elegance and the glamour of French fashion is the theme of the latest issue of Vanity Fair France with Scarlett Johansson as the cover girl. Scarlett is wearing a white cloak over a black skirt in this sneak peek of the editorial part of the magazine. As for the cover photo (after the break), the American actress, model and singer is still in black and white;…

Know, see, do, read: for the fashioniser’s weekend

Misquotations to quote during all those dinner party conversations (just don’t misquote the misquotations), animals you never knew existed, rare natural phenomenon and how to look great in photos. Plus in our weekend reads, the story behind the real-life Bling Ring and how Sarah Burton became fashion royalty. After the break, a fashioniser’s guide to the weekend.

Know, see, do: for the fashionisers’ weekend

No matter where you are in the world, the weekend will soon be upon you. That means it’s time for our weekly round-up of entertaining tidbits, the things you need to know, the things you should see (just because) and some places to go if you get bored and feel like shopping at J.Crew, marvelling at a Monet, or getting dressed to impress for a…

See, do, read, check out: a Fashioniser’s guide to the weekend

Either people haven’t read The Great Gatsby, don’t get it, or just don’t care: the contradictory nature of all those opulent themed Gatsby parties being thrown right now. Plus, Audrey Hepburn’s much admired street style, and – post Met Gala – the question of punk-as-fashion. After the break, your round-up of things to see, do, read (and maybe even drink) this weekend.

You can never have too much Audrey Hepburn: Vanity Fair

Audrey Hepburn may have long passed from this earth, but that doesn’t mean her days on the magazine covers are over. Vanity Fair has gone back to the archives for their May 2013 issue, digitally colourising one of Bud Fraker’s portraits of Hepburn for the cover. In a ballerina bun and long white gloves, there’s no denying Audrey’s timeless grace and gamine femininity.

Kate Moss covers Vanity Fair

Sex, Drugs and Johnny Depp, promises the December 2012 cover of Vanity Fair. It’s quite a way back into Kate Moss’ past to reach, but the magazine claims she’s just now opening up about “her controversial images, her romance with Johnny Depp, and her talent for hell-raising.”