Vanity Fair is an American monthly magazine circulated in the United States as well as many European countries. The main headquarters of the magazine is situated in New York City, New York, United States. The total circulation of the magazine in June 2013 was 1,205,229 units. Graydon Carter is the Editor of the magazine. The magazine is owned by the Conde Nast, an American mass media company having their headquarters in One World Trade Center, New York, United States. The magazine mainly consists of sections and articles related to popular culture, fashion and current affairs.
The magazine was first published in 1913 as Dress and Vanity Fair by Conde Nast. The company closes circulation of magazine in the year of 1935 whereas in February 1983, the company re-launched the magazine under the new name Vanity Fair under the ownership of S.I. Newhouse edited by the Richard Locke.
There are four international editions published by the company for the countries such as United Kingdom, Italy, Spain and France. In Italy, the company
publishes weekly version which they started in October 1993.