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Vanity Fair is a magazine of fashion and popular culture published by Conde Nast.
Vanity Fair began in 1913 as "Dress and Vanity Fair", but adopted the shorter name in 1914. The first actively copyright-renewed issue is February 1924 (v. 21 no. 6), © January 23, 1924. The first actively copyright-renewed contribution is from September 1925. (More details) Publication ceased in 1936 (with the magazine being absorbed into Vogue) but then resumed in 1983. It is still published today.
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