The editor appears between Gal Gadot and Robert De Niro on a foldout of the magazine's 2018 Hollywood Portfolio.
"More legacy media companies should take notice and hire young, non-white, non-male or cisgender people at the top."
Jones previously served as deputy managing editor at "Time" before becoming the Gray Lady's books editor.
The editor has helmed the Condé Nast publication for 25 years.
The President-elect will sit down with the top editors and executives of Condé Nast at One World Trade Center at 10 a.m.
The former "Interview" editor in chief has had an illustrious career.
And Ralph Lauren celebrates his New York restaurant opening.
Sorry to bandwagon, but look at those locks.
Vanity Fair's editor in chief explains what happened with that Gwyneth Paltrow "epic takedown" piece.
This weekend, 21 couture-clad teenagers took over the Hotel de Crillon in Paris like it was an episode of Gossip Girl. In fact, it was the 20th Bal de Debutantes, an opportunity for a few of the world's most privileged and beautiful young ladies to dress up in gowns made by the French couture houses and shoes by Christian Louboutin (who was in attendance), have their hair and makeup done, and maybe share a dance with their famous fathers--which this year included Sly Stallone and Graydon Carter. Click through for a primer on who these girls are and what they wore.
The CFDA and Vogue are teaming up once again--but the end goal of this partnership has little to do with fashion. According to Vogue.com, the two organizations have just launched a new initiative called Fashion for Sandy Relief, which aims to raise funds for those affected by the hurricane. Even Anna Wintour is putting herself on the auction block.