Vanity Fair: 100 years

You can spend a day just going through all this. Breathtaking pictures.

February 1928. Gloria Swanson, behind a curtain of lace, as the first feature-length “talkies” were emerging. By Edward Steichen
February 1928. Gloria Swanson, behind a curtain of lace, as the first feature-length “talkies” were emerging. By Edward Steichen.
Condé Nast’s Vanity Fair was founded in 1913 with the goal of recording “truthfully and entertainingly the progress of American life.” Since then, the title has featured the highest-quality journalism, photography, and commentary on all aspects of culture. On our 100th birthday, see the highlights of our history in slide shows, films, essays, articles, and full issues.
http://www.vanityfair.com/100-years-of-vanity-fair
Would it be possible at all to have a retrospective like this of the Indian scene? The archives probably don’t even exist.

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