Let's face it: Cancer changes your perspective on a lot of things. And while it's hard to even utter the words "thankful" and "cancer" in the same sentence, Suzanne Donaldson -- the photo editor of Glamour magazine -- makes a perfect case for doing so.
The other part of this art worshipping ritual, and one might argue the really important part, is done in a more glamorous setting. Of course I'm referring to the Art Basel party circuit.
Over time you will learn that you are not mind alone. You are not flesh alone. The real you is spirit. On earth you exist as a tri-part being.
When you hear advice over and over again, it doesn't mean it is right. It doesn't mean it is wrong, either. Just don't take the platitudes as fact. Rethink and think for yourself.
Forever, my Vanity Fair moment will be the story of my father beginning to love me in his passing ... in ways he couldn't in his presence.
I just went to the preview of Albertus Swanepoel, Dana Kellin, and Josie Natori's collaborations with Target, and let me tell you, Vogue knows how to throw a fab fashion event.
Jerry Brown, oddly, isn't mentioned at all in a rambling feature in the new Vanity Fair which is seemingly about the challenges he faces and, ostensibly (given the title, "California and Bust"), the state he governs.
The story revealed by the exhibit is of a time before there were paparazzi. From the 1920s through the 1950s, movie studios molded the images and the careers of their stars.
What happens after your life has been threatened and in danger and you've successfully run to safety? According to Jonathan Walker and his wife, Philippa Morgan Walker, "Put the kettle on!"
Maybe U.S. based companies are doing "well," but we live in a global economy. Limiting investments to U.S. based companies deprives investors of opportunities in other countries and reduces their ability to diversify risk.
To celebrate the spirit of the internship, we've highlighted some great mentors and their summer interns on our blog. See what beauty expert Bobbi Brown, Glamour's Anne Christensen and Refinery 29's Christene Barberich have to say.
If colleges weren't so provincial, the education system could become a lot more productive and stop wasting so many peoples' time and potential.
Just read the excerpt in Vanity Fair of the new Joseph Heller biography, and there's no mention of Nelson Algren.
So it's not about the deficit after all.