The Earl of Snowden’s Unpublished Archive | Princess Diana, 1991
Designed for Destruction | Isabella Blow and Alexander McQueen
For a time, starting in the early 1990s, Isabella Blow and Alexander McQueen were inseparable—fashion muse and master—lovers without the sex. They shared something else: a self-loathing so intense it would devour them both, with Blow’s suicide in 2007 and McQueen’s in 2010. In an adaptation from her new book, Champagne Supernovas, Maureen Callahan reveals how two great British talents lost the battle of their lives.
Photograph by David LaChapelle. 

Designed for Destruction | Isabella Blow and Alexander McQueen

For a time, starting in the early 1990s, Isabella Blow and Alexander McQueen were inseparable—fashion muse and master—lovers without the sex. They shared something else: a self-loathing so intense it would devour them both, with Blow’s suicide in 2007 and McQueen’s in 2010. In an adaptation from her new book, Champagne Supernovas, Maureen Callahan reveals how two great British talents lost the battle of their lives.

Photograph by David LaChapelle. 

The 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair Poll | Ethical Dilemmas
Sure, we all want to “do the right thing.” But when you get down to cases, we can’t agree on what the right this is. See this month’s poll results here. 

The 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair Poll | Ethical Dilemmas

Sure, we all want to “do the right thing.” But when you get down to cases, we can’t agree on what the right this is. See this month’s poll results here

The Culture List | “Femmes Noirs” at Film Forum
We’ve curated the must-see exhibits and events from around the globe in this week’s Culture List, including Film Forum’s brilliantly programmed “Femme Noir” series, a Freudian look at the dinnerware that defines the housewife (stay with us), interpreting love in the cold, digital age, and a taste for the twisted in the Netherlands.

The Culture List | “Femmes Noirs” at Film Forum

We’ve curated the must-see exhibits and events from around the globe in this week’s Culture List, including Film Forum’s brilliantly programmed “Femme Noir” series, a Freudian look at the dinnerware that defines the housewife (stay with us), interpreting love in the cold, digital age, and a taste for the twisted in the Netherlands.

Why Has Game of Thrones Cut Its Most Feminist Plotline from Next Season?
The Many Faces of Kate Middleton | Commonwealth Games Edition
Go Inside Alice Temperley’s White Magic Party
The Cambridges Grace Vanity Fair's August 2014 Issue!
As Prince George prepares to celebrate his first birthday, V.F. contributor Katie Nicholl speaks to palace insiders about how the prince has become a media star, a style icon, and a P.R. triumph. Preview the story here. 

The Cambridges Grace Vanity Fair's August 2014 Issue!

As Prince George prepares to celebrate his first birthday, V.F. contributor Katie Nicholl speaks to palace insiders about how the prince has become a media star, a style icon, and a P.R. triumph. Preview the story here

The Many Faces of Kate Middleton at Wimbledon