Not everyone wants to draw attention to themselves with their sartorial choices. But if you're someone who wishes they had the nerve to take fashion risks, consider this fun alternative to expressing yourself through clothing: crazy socks. You know the type—stockings that feature vibrant hues, crazy patterns, or even strange illustrations you’d never expect to be knitted into a sock. Novelty socks are often the unseen hero of an outfit.
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We often treat dogs like they’re people, typically by bestowing them with a human name or offering them a bite...
Photographer Lisa Holloway is perfectly poised to capture stunning sibling photography—she has a beautiful brood of 11 children! For years, we’ve marveled over her striking portraits of her kids, each of them in the midst of a tranquil landscape and bathed in natural light. Holloway’s children are often shot individually or in pairs, but for one of her latest photos, she’s combined all of them in one long black and white portrait.
Photographer Pau Buscató excels at being in the right place at the right time.
Have you ever felt unhappy after a long session of scrolling through your phone?
A post shared by Vanity Fair (@vanityfair) on Mar 6, 2018 at 2:25pm PST The annual Academy Awards is always a star-studded event, and the celebrities that attend are often just as talked about as the honors given that night. The Vanity Fair Oscar Party is one legendary gathering where the elite of Hollywood gather to celebrate and mingle with other attendees. This year, the magazine outdid itself (yet again)
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In business, to rise above the competition, you’ve got to have a leg up—or four.
Photographer Benjamin Von Wong uses his photography as a way to make a positive social impact. His stunning images create awareness about issues from climate change to plastic pollution in our oceans. Thought-provoking as they are beautiful, Von Wong's high-concept series are innovative in their use of materials. This is particularly true of his latest project. It focuses on e-waste, which is the refuge produced when we upgrade (and ultimately discard)
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