Vanity Fair magazine subscription

Vanity Fair
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RRP £55.20
You Save 46%
12 issues / 12 months
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12 issues / 12 months
Credit/Debit Card, PayPal, Gift Card
12 issues / 12 months
Credit/Debit Card, PayPal, Gift Card

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This celebrity and gossip magazine is your monthly guide to the most talked about news and pop culture developments, whilst also bringing you fashion tips and style guides from leading journalists.

Each issue includes striking and occasionally controversial photography from the likes of Mario Testino and Annie Leibovitz, which sits alongside features on some of the most influential famous faces.

With a subscription to Vanity Fair magazine, you'll also get gorgeous style inspiration and coverage of some of the most important international events. Striking a great balance between the popular and the serious, the intelligent and the beautiful, this is a sought-after read for the thinking woman with a soft spot for celebrities.


Vanity Fair is unique. No other magazine combines the grit of serious newspaper with the glamour of a glossy in quite the same way.

A subscription to Vanity Fair brings you the magazine that is home to a matchless stable of award-winning writers and photographers, many of them household names. These are men and women who break and make the news.

In terms of access and depth – the extraordinary lengths our contributors go to get under the skin of a story, to investigate the big issues thoroughly and intelligently – Vanity Fair is in a league of its own. Simply put, readers who care about what is going on in the world care what is in Vanity Fair, and a subscription to this magazine is a must-have.

The magazine reaches opinion-formers all over the world, who value its breadth and seriousness as well as its wit, its style and its sense of humour.

First published in 1991 by Condé Nast Publicatioins, Vanity Fair magazine is no stranger to controversy. Not afraid to push the boundaries and go the extra distance to expose the truth or cover the sensitive subject, Vanity Fair magazine is renowned world wide for its groundbreaking content.

Your Subscription will begin with the next available issue. Please expect delivery in the next 4-6 weeks.

I love subscribing to Vanity Fair. It is such a great monthly magazine, containing more serious articles, fun and lots of glamour!
Vanity Fair is my FAVOURATE magazine in the world! I love it and I've just renewed my subscription. Can't recommend it more.
Great magazine, with glamorous and at the same time revealing articles. I can't wait to receive it each month!
I LOVE Vanity Fair. Well written, well researched articles and glamorous, fantastic pictures! The Bush White House article in the previous issue was very, very interesting and must have taken a lot of work and sweet-talking to write.
This is the only magazine that me and my husband fight about - a lot! We both want to read it as soon as it arrives, and then have opinions on the various political or social articles. Next year I will be ordering two copies :-)
Glossy and glamorous, Vaniy Fair combines great photography with a broad range of articles across film, art, architecture, business, politics, fashion and society.
One of those rare magazines that doesn't make you look a bit dim for reading it, and is something that is girl and boy friendly. Intelligent and glossy at the same time. The perfect choice!
I have read Vanity Fair for the past 5 years. I have always found it a very good read, informative, entertaining. In fact I have gifted a subscription to the magazine for my friends in the past and they have been hooked!
Kevin Bacon
Kevin Bacon loves Vanity Fair

I love magazines with heritage and history, and Vanity Fair has always had that. I think it’s the celebrity’s friend, too, unlike some titles. It has a class about it and it assumes its readers have class too. I like that.

Kevin Bacon Actor
Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian loves Vanity Fair

I love the culture and the tone of Vanity Fair. It’s so well regarded in America and doesn’t take itself too seriously.

Kim Kardashian US celebrity
Jason Donovan
Jason Donovan loves Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair would be my favourite. It's intelligent, well read, well presented and you can guarantee some really good stories in there. There is too much choice on the shelves these days, but that does mean you can take your time to get the title that’s right for you. I’ve always considered that the right people want to be in Vanity Fair, as opposed to those who want to be in the salacious, crap titles... and there are a few out there!

Jason Donovan Actor and Singer
Nicole Appleton
Nicole Appleton loves Vanity Fair

There’s a really nice unisex feel to Vanity Fair. It doesn’t discriminate depending on who’s reading it and I think that’s really unique. Even looking at the covers, you can have men and women. It’s really a celebration of lifestyle and fashion in one, without all the pretention.

Nicole Appleton All Saints singer
Linda Bellingham
Linda Bellingham loves Vanity Fair

My favourite magazine is Vanity Fair. You can tell it’s a Condé Nast magazine – elegant, crafted, intelligent, and sometimes just a bit sultry. I love the way it makes me feel.

Linda Bellingham Actress and TV presenter
Colm Meaney
Colm Meaney loves Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair is a really brilliant, beautifully put together magazine. The covers are always incredibly eye-catching and grabbing and there are some fantastic articles about current affairs and politics, as well as all the celebrity stuff. It's just a great magazine, I like to have it handy in the bathroom. That’s the best spot for it, if you know what I mean!

Colm Meaney Star Trek and Layer Cake Actor
Don Joly
Don Joly loves Vanity Fair

My favourite magazine of all is Vanity Fair. I have loads of problems with Vanity Fair because it looks like it should be a women's magazine, it looks like Elle or Vogue. When I try and buy it in WH Smiths it's always in 'women's lifestyle' but it's not that at all. It's this really weird, hybrid magazine that's obsessed with celebrity but that actually have great articles as well. In fact, all of my magazine choices lead to me having a house in the Hamptons which is kind of embarrassing.

Don Joly Comedian