Vanity Fair is popular culture, fashion, and current affairs magazine published by Condé Nast in the United States. Vanity Fair was first published between 1913 and 1936. In 1983, the imprint was revived and now includes five international editions.
Vanity Fair is most well-known for its celebrity pictures and the occasional controversy surrounding its more risqué images. The publication is also known for its lively writing, in-depth reporting, and social commentary.
The following photos show covers of Vanity Fair magazine during its first edition.