Galliano describes "hearing the rustle of the taffeta" and "being able to smell the perfume on the girl." The glee that once was Galliano's shines through still, alive and well. Galliano brings fairy tales to life, although he's been very close to losing his own.
What a girl wants? What a girl needs? The answer to that is attention.
I went to NYC a few months back for a Vanity Fair photo shoot with DonorsChoose.org staff, board members, and advisers.
In Sessums's view, celebrity occupies a paradoxical position in the magazine world. On the one hand, the public's insatiable appetite for stories about the rich and famous is the engine motoring newsstand sales and revving up online traffic.
Okay, teachers in a lot of schools never get a break, and that's often true in schools that serve military families. Remember that the families of ac...
One hot August night in 2008 High School senior Alex Motiuk went to his parents and said, "Mom, Dad, there's something I want to talk to you about," Leo Motiuk explained with a smile. "As parents of a young son you just wonder what that's all going to be about."
Even if you have no desire to ever be on-stage or in front of a camera, some rules for successful acting can be applied to leading a successful life.
While Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City may not seem monumental to some, it is the golden fashion child to the rest of the world. It has inspired the masses to believe in the simple fusion of art and creation. And it has allowed American fashion to be viewed as a viable business.
With so much talk about publishing, new business models, disruption and the demise of old media, it's important to start taking all of the sensationalist rhetoric and try to make some realistic sense out of it.
Your Start-Up Life is a business advice column by Rana Florida, Author of Upgrade (McGraw-Hill, September 2013) and CEO of the Creative Class Group. ...
My husband took our youngest son to visit a college out of town last weekend. I stayed home. Then my aunt came to babysit me.
Based on the first in a series of books by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl, Beautiful Creatures (opening Thursday) hopes the "Twihards" can shift their focus from the undead to the magically endowed.
Today, I spoke from Los Angeles with Miller about violence in America and gun control, a topic that's less than two months after Adam Lanza's killing spree and former LAPD cop, Christopher Dorner, accused of hunting fellow officers.
Editor Carter has taken a wacky chance on giving the fabulous Mr. Weber his head, if not exactly his paw. This always makes for controversy and content, and Vanity Fair is both "different" this time out, and just exactly the same.
Cindi Leive, Glamour magazine's editor-in-chief, is revamping the 73-year-old monthly, souping it up with advertiser-loving beauty and fashion pages, amplified visuals and first person narratives.
Monday's links: Mayor Bloomberg takes a shot at David Brooks, journalists flock to Detroit, Conde Nast wants bigger cut of writers' TV and film rights.