The 49-year-old Welsh actress has clearly passed down her stellar genes to her teenage daughter.
Another year, another chance for Vanity Fair to celebrate the rich diversity of the film industry with their Hollywood issue. The cover, as is customary, was lensed by Annie Leibovitz in her signature charismatic style. It features 12 actors and actresses (plus a cameo by outgoing editor-in-chief Graydon Carter), all of whom have received significant press for their work throughout the past year.
Emma Watson has been doing the publicity rounds for her latest film, Beauty and the Beast. The actress appears in an artistic shoot by Tim Walker and discusses her transformation from child star to Hollywood heavyweight and passionate feminist. The image, which reveals the outline of Emma’s breasts, was deemed ‘anti-feminist’ and against everything that the actress stood for.
Emma Watson is a lot of things: actress, model, feminist and activist. The 26-year-old has succeeded in surprising everyone with a topless shoot for Vanity Fair. Emma’s modesty is protected by a white, caged cape from Burberry (fresh from the brand’s recent London Fashion Week show collection), paired with an Elizabethan inspired ruff.
The Vanity Fair Oscars party is guaranteed to invite the top nominees and other stars who weren’t quite lucky enough to attend the ceremony.For 2017, the likes of Diane Kruger, Kate Upton and Rooney Mara turned up in attention-grabbing dresses. But it was Katy Perry and Jennifer Aniston’s shimmering designs that really stole the show – not to mention Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s blossoming baby bump.Glamour, fairytales and more: The very best dresses from the 2017 OscarsThe best dressed couples at the 2017 Oscars
Just one day after President Donald Trump announces he really was serious about building a wall on the Mexico border comes a magazine cover that no one could have predicted.
Natalie Portman is posing for two! The 35-year-old star, who recently received her third Oscar nomination for her work in Jackie, is among the brilliant actresses gracing the cover of Vanity Fair‘s Hollywood Issue. In a subtle homage to Demi Moore‘s iconic August 1991 cover of the magazine, Portman gazes towards the camera while holding her exposed baby bump, covered only by a silk white stole. Both photos were taken by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz.
Actor and resident Hollywood hottie Christ Pratt just upped his attractiveness quotient (again) by showing off his self-deprecating humor on Instagram on Tuesday. The Guardians of the Galaxy and Passenger star appears on the cover of the current issue of Vanity Fair, and a spread inside includes smoldering photos like the one he included in his post.
Talking to Vanity Fair about the condition, the 28-year-old singer revealed that it has caused her to feel concerned about having more children with her partner Simon Konecki. Describing the symptoms she experienced, Adele explained that postpartum depression can come in many different guises. Raw, real, funny, and according to @Beyonce, “the most humble human being I’ve ever met”— @Adele is Vanity Fair’s December cover star.
[Photo: Getty] Vanity Fair’s cover article on Margot Robbie has caused quite a stir lately - but not for reasons you might assume. Writer Rich Cohen has been labelled “sexist” and “creepy” on Twitter for describing the 26-year-old Australian actress as a “girl next door” and comparing her to a “second-semester freshman”. [Photo: Twitter/AlannaBennett] Branded as a sexist article and one that perpetuates lazy stereotypes about Australia on Twitter, Roxane Gay, writer and bestselling author of book Bad Feminist was one person to call him out, saying: “I mean… she’s a 26 year old movie star. The only freshmen is the guy with his d**k in his hand, aka Rich Cohen.”
What better way to celebrate your birthday than by posing for a magazine cover shoot?That’s exactly what Queen Elizabeth II did for the Summer 2016 issue of Vanity Fair. To celebrate her 90th birthday, the queen posed alongside four of her darling corgis and dorgis (a daschund-corgi mix she invented). But she’s far from being the first royal to cover a major glossy. Between Princess Diana, the Duchess of Cambridge, Queen Rania of Jordan and even Prince William, click through the gallery to see some of our favourite royal cover stars. Let us know your thoughts by tweeting @YahooStyleCA!
The queen, shot by Annie Leibovitz for "Vanity Fair" on the occasion of her 90th birthday, poses with Willow, Holly, Vulcan, and Candy at Windsor Palace.
Thank you @vanityfair and Annie Leibovitz who I had to beg to take this shot A photo posted by @amyschumer on Apr 25, 2016 at 12:13pm PDT Amy Schumer has got an incredible bod, and she’s not afraid to flaunt it - which is just one of the many reasons we love her. But in a new photoshoot for Vanity Fair, she’s taken things to the next level and quite literally set her nether regions on fire. In the snap, shot by the legendary Annie Liebovitz, Amy poses in a “No Coffee, No Workee” T-shirt, without a scrap of underwear in sight. Thanks Annie Leibovitz and Bruce Handy and @kimmykuppkakes for my hairdo and @andrea_tiller for my makeup @deborahlippmann for nails and @carriebyalick for life A photo posted by @amyschumer on Apr 25, 2016 at 5:14am PDT Who’s idea was the off-the-wall shoot? “I begged Annie to photograph me with no underwear on in just a t-shirt,” Schumer tells Vanity Fair in the interview.
Vanity Fair’s Annual ‘Hollywood Issue’ cover is pretty inspirational. Hold the front page, Vanity Fair’s annual ‘Hollywood Issue’ cover has dropped and it could be the most inspirational ever! Shot by acclaimed photographer Annie Leibovitz, the cover features 13 of the industry’s “fiercest women”. With the Oscar race row still rumbling on, they’ve also decided to set an example to Hollywood upping the diversity anti to feature a wide range of races and ages.
It’s not often that a celebrity is willing to do an entire photoshoot without makeup, retouching, or clothes—and, presumably, it’s even less frequent that she comes up with the idea herself. Demi Lovato has done just that, having suggested that a scheduled photo session with Vanity Fair become, instead, a documented exercise in self-acceptance. Photographer Patrick Ecclesine recalled Lovato, 23, telling him, “I’m about to launch an album that finally represents who I truly am. How do I embrace this new chapter in my life? What does it mean to be confident?” Demi Lovato posing naked in a marble bathtub. Photo: Patrick Ecclesine for Vanity Fair She continued, “It means letting go, being authentic, saying I don’t give a f*** and this is who I am. I want to show the side of me that’s real, that’s liberated, that’s free.
Decades ago — and for some, over a century ago — magazines like Cosmopolitan, Vanity Fair, Seventeen, Vogue, and GQ were already on newsstands, but you wouldn’t recognize them. Blogger Karen X. Cheng and graphic designer Jerry Gabra recently compiled magazine covers across each decade — as far back as the 1900s — giving us a succinct summary of how some of our favorite periodicals have evolved over time. Cosmopolitan was actually founded as a family magazine in 1866, re-emerged as a literary journal in the 1900s, and became a women’s magazine in the 1960s.
In 1940, Eleanor Lambert, the press director of the Whitney Museum of American Art founded the International Best-Dressed list. A fashion icon in her own right, the Indiana-native also helped found the Museum of Modern Art, the Coty Fashion Critics’ Award and New York Fashion Week. She would later organize the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), remaining an honorary member until her death in 2003. Today, Vanity Fair is in charge of the list and recently announced this year’s list of inductees, which included Taylor Swift, Prince Harry, FKA Twigs and Fan Bingbing.