She joins politicians like Sen. Kamala Harris and Rep. Ilhan Omar in becoming cover stars during the 2020 election cycle.
"I always just want to make a beautiful picture, something that tells a story."
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"Restructuring" is the reason cited.
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.
John Hardy and Vanity Fair hosted a party in honor of the legendary actress.