Vanity Fair 100 Years showcases a century's worth of personality, power, art, commerce, crisis and culture. From its humble beginnings in 1913 it has survived through some of the hardest years. The book unfolds beautifully page by page as it takes a decade-by-decade look at the magazine's views on the world at that time. These years were full of inspiration, imagination and groundbreaking photography. Some of the best photographers, designers, and illustrators have come together to commemorate the life of Vanity Fair including its jazz age, editor Frank Crowninshield and debatable rebirth in 1983. The books visual storytelling includes some of their most iconic imagery, as well as sneaking in some never before seen photos.