Monica Lewinsky’s ‘vanity Fair’ article reluctantly plunges us straight back into the frothing world of ‘90s gossip.
For the sister of the future Queen of England has landed a fancy pants new job as a vanity Fair contributing editor.
Murder by TextDavid Kushner, vanity Fair Kim Proctor was no different than your ordinary teenage girl.
He understood the role of vanity in communicating a serious message.
It had become a familiar yarn, Brad playing on his own vanity to tease out frustrations in his military life.
I had a lurking doubt that he was rebuking me for my vanity.
Her woman's vanity blossomed deliciously in the atmosphere of a man's love.
This letter requires no answer, and I write from exuberance of vanity.
And have you not before now said, that nothing is so penetrating as the eye of a lover who has vanity?
They would puff them up with vanity, and worldliness, and pride.
early 13c., "that which is vain, futile, or worthless," from Old French vanite, from Latin vanitatem (nominative vanitas) "emptiness, foolish pride," from vanus "empty, vain, idle" (see vain). Meaning "self-conceited" is attested from mid-14c. Vanity table is attested from 1936. Vanity Fair is from "Pilgrim's Progress" (1678).