Vanity Fair: March 2011

Like in 2008 this march cover of Vanity Fair presents set of hollywood stars, whcich belong to the best. The front panel are Oscar co-hosts Anne Hathaway, whose place  every girl would like to replace,  James Franco (himself a best-actor nominee), along with Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal- so good looking men…The two inside panels feature 11 more stars, from newcomer best-actor/actress nominees Jesse Eisenberg and Jennifer Lawrence to Noomi Rapace, whose stunning performance in the original, Swedish version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo propelled her from Stockholm to Hollywood. Joining them are Anthony Mackie, Olivia Wilde, Mila Kunis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Andrew Garfield, Rashida Jones, Garrett Hedlund, and Robert Duvall.

The cover was shot in Los Angeles and New York over the course of two days by photographer Norman Jean Roy and portraits by Annie Leibovitz, Patrick Demarchelier, Mark Seliger, Norman Jean Roy, Rankin, Paola Kudacki, and Tim Walker.

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History of Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair was originally founded as a British weekly magazine in 1868 by Thomas Gibson Bowles. Subtitled “A Weekly Show of Political, Social, and Literary Wares”, it offered its Victorian- and Edwardian-era readership articles on current events and issues of the day, reviews of the theatre, new books, reports on social events, and the latest scandals, together with serialized fiction, word games, and other trivia. However the magazine was perhaps best known for its caricatures. More than two thousand of these caricatures appeared of subjects that included artists, athletes, royalty, statesmen, scientists, authors, actors, soldiers and scholars.

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Vogue: December 2010

In my opinion this year have Vogue UK better cover than US version. cover girl  Emma Watson looks nicer than Angelina Jolie , doesn’t she? She is gentler, inocenter…  Already as child (first being watched in Harry Potter) she had been looking  braw and then she grew up to pretty young lady. … And this boy’s haircut didn’t harm her charm.


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History of Vogue

Vogue magazine has influenced American society for over a hundred years. The magazine has evolved to reflect modern women. Vogue has gone through many changes and has created a market for women’s magazines. Originally, Vogue was more of a high society paper than a mass marketed magazine. Continue reading