Roe v Wade
Dirty Dancing Star Jennifer Grey Shares the Story of the Abortion That Changed Her Life
The actress also said she is “heartbroken” about the overturning of Roe v. Wade, calling it “so fundamentally wrong.”
On the Scene
Pusha T Headlines the U.S. Debut for Kenzo’s Newest Creative Director, Nigo
To celebrate the brand’s newest drop, inspired by craftsmanship, Jaden Smith, Evan Mock, Julio Torres, and more filled the New Museum’s Sky Room.
From the Magazine
The Literary Inspiration Behind Maggie Rogers’s New Songs
Plus: Conan’s longtime assistant dishes on how not to work, Ottessa Moshfegh’s visceral fable, and more new books.
“Lightning in a Bottle”: Broadway Goes Back Into the Woods
Vanity Fair has your first look at the starry cast of Broadway’s most anticipated summer show.
Inside Traitor King and the Case That Edward VIII Was a Nazi Sympathizer
In his new book, historian Andrew Lownie marshals evidence from German documents to argue that Wallis Simpson and her husband who abdicated the throne were a big threat to Britain during World War II.
Jhumpa Lahiri on Loving, But Not Yet Trusting, the English Language
The Pulitzer-winning author shares her reading list and reflects on working between languages while writing Translating Myself and Others, her recent essay collection.
Rebeca Huntt Keeps Cool With Vipassana Meditation and Vintage Slip Dresses
In this wellness diary, the Afro-Latina artist behind the heralded debut documentary Beba, balances her New York premiere with workouts and steak dinner.
From the Magazine
Jason Brassard Spent His Lifetime Collecting the Rarest Video Games. Until the Heist.
The porn trilogy for Nintendos. Atari games from the 1980s. Pristine nostalgia, potentially worth millions, gone in a night.
Cate Le Bon Is a Slippery Tour Guide Through Time and Space
With an uncanny lyricism and synth-heavy tracks, the Welsh musician’s sixth album, Pompeii, grazes themes of disaster and renewal, in a soundscape wholly her own.
Love the Internet? Hate It? Thank a Fan
In a new book, Kaitlyn Tiffany, culture reporter at The Atlantic, delves deep into a world that she’s intimately familiar with—boy band fandom—positing that you can’t fully understand the internet as we know it without first understanding Directioners.
Kelsea Ballerini Surprised the Spotify House Crowd With a Preview of Her New Record
Late Friday night, the country star went to the streaming service’s CMA Fest pop-up space to perform an acoustic set in silver cowboy boots.
How to Watch the Tony Awards 2022: Where to Stream
Ariana DeBose hosts Broadway’s biggest night, where shows like The Music Man, A Strange Loop, and Company are vying for big wins.
Snowboarder Scotty James Is Officially Going For the Gold
Even in the off-season, the half-pipe silver medalist from this year’s Winter Games in Beijing is still keeping up with TikTok and joining the conversation about mental health in sports.
Is the $100 Million Car the New $100 Million Artwork?
A rare Mercedes sold for $143 million, doubling the last record. Are cars worth that much, or are automobiles just the new asset where billionaires park their funds?
What Happens to Johnny Depp’s and Amber Heard’s Careers? Insiders Weigh In
“Johnny is part of a group of superstars that used to command these gigantic salaries. Any excuse Hollywood could use to not pay those figures, they’re gonna take it.”
Monica Lewinsky’s Verdict on the Johnny Depp–Amber Heard Trial: We Are All Guilty
Courtroom porn and social media have turned innocent bystanders into a mass of mudslingers.
“Who…Are All These People?” Inside Balenciaga’s Unprecedented Fashion Show at the New York Stock Exchange
Kanye West, Megan Thee Stallion, Eric Adams, and a who’s who of the art world flocked to creative director Demna Gvasalia’s historic runway show, the first time the public has been allowed on the trading floor since 9/11.
Zoo Day With Ed Yong, Resident Animals (and Pandemic) Sense Maker
In anticipation of his new book, An Immense World, the Pulitzer-winning science journalist accompanies Vanity Fair for an afternoon of sightseeing and “Edsplaining.”