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Graydon Carter


With Alessandra Stanley, Graydon Carter is a Co-Editor of AIR MAIL. After founding Spy magazine with Kurt Andersen in 1986, Carter edited Vanity Fair for 25 years, from 1992 until 2017. He lives in New York.

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For Trump, every day is January 6

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Want a foolproof way to oust Putin and end the war? Take the plot from a famous mystery writer

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Remembering fashion’s caped crusader

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Farewell to a Hollywood original, an auteur with no hauteur

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What would Christopher Hitchens say?

A Man for All Seasons

From fashion to film to a stint at magazine editing, Tom Ford does it all. In the foreword to a new book, the author tries to describe how Ford became Tom Ford

Welcome to Our 100th Issue

And we wouldn’t be here without these stars, the greatest of the next generation

The Restaurant

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The historic Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc might be turning 150 this year, but it doesn’t look a day over 30

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Like Napoleon’s army, a great city advances on its belly

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Told you so …

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Here’s a better way to make him go

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Trump, his enablers, and his Florida bolt-hole all have dark precedents

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Be my guest: it’s really quite simple …

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Infectious, on steroids, and in denial, Trump rages against reality as fate smiles and says, “You’re welcome”

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