Vice News has decided to end its Vanity Fair series that covered the lives of the famous, with a new series to cover the lives that are not so famous.
In a statement, Vice President of Content Liz Mair said: “We were lucky enough to be in a position to have a group of great writers and producers from the Vice team that had a hand in bringing Vanity Fair to life.
We’ve learned so much from their work and will continue to explore their lives through our coverage of Vice. “
With the Vanity fair series, we wanted to explore the lives and times of the many people that make up the core of the Vice universe.
We will continue on with the coverage of our work, but this is a very special day.” “
Vanity Fair is a real and vibrant force in the world and I want us to be proud of that.
We will continue on with the coverage of our work, but this is a very special day.”
Vanity fair series: A brief history of Vice article Vanity Fair is celebrating its 100th issue, which will include stories by the likes of David Fincher, Ellen DeGeneres, Jon Stewart, and more.
It also celebrates the 50th anniversary of the publication of Vice, which has been credited with starting the careers of a number of the stars that will be featured in the next Vanity Fair story.
Vintage-looking: A photo of Vice’s current writer-in-residence, Michael Lewis.
Vice Vice News 100 will also feature articles from the likes, Nick Cave, David Byrne, Bill Burr, Michael Moore, and many more.
You can see the full Vanity Fair schedule here.