Beyond his impeccable taste in fashion, parties, and even politics, he was known for selecting the young female editors of his society bibles for their looks and breeding as much as for their writing ability. His second marriage was to a year-old when he was Despite the company name, the figure of Nast himself gets lost in the history of his magazines. By all accounts, he was a relatively quiet guy, at least for a Bloombergian tycoon of the s.
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A new editor brings new ideas to a predictable Vanity Fair
But a thorough look at the masthead of both magazines shows something a bit different. A spokesman explained that some freelancers were on the mastheads for a time for their work and not under the contributor sections , and then cycled out, accounting for the discrepancy. Traditionally, mastheads do not change much month to month and represent everyone on the staff of a publication that contributes to its creation. Both Vogue and Vanity Fair have also had a few staffers leave of their own accord, some of whom will not be replaced.
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