Annie Leibovitz and a Vanity Fair subscription – a gift for glamour lovers
Gift the book for a look back at Annie's great work - and a subscription to look forward to the images to come
Annie Leibovitz may have received her big break at Rolling Stone, though her later work is much more closely associated with a different publication - Vanity Fair.
Leibovitz began contributing to the Condé Nast publication in 1983, just before Tina Brown took over at the helm. Some of the most memorable pictures included in our book Portraits: 2005-2016, were first published in our Vanity Fair, and, over the years, Leibovitz’s exquisitely crafted cover shoots have done much to contribute to the magazine’s success.
If you’ve still to get a gift for someone who likes the glamorous side of contemporary public life, you really should consider ordering a copy of Portraits: 2005-2016. If you do, why not supercharge that gift by pairing it up with a subscription to Vanity Fair as well?
Get the book to look back at Annie’s great work, and the subscription to look forward. You can order a Vanity Fair gift subscription here, and a copy of Annie Leibovitz’s Portraits: 2005-2016 here.