“I run, I don’t walk, to my favorite plastic surgeon,” says Nan Kempner in a story on the new acceptability of aesthetic surgery.
Cover: Naomi Campbell, “Fashion A Go-Go.”
Socialite and equestrienne Carolyne Roehm leads a tour of her Connecticut barn— all 40,000 square feet of it.
The hair world’s dueling divas, Frédéric Fekkai and Oribe, pose together, armed and dangerous.
Aileen Mehle, known as Suzy, makes her debut as W’s social columnist.
1992 | MARCH (left)
David Geffen gives W a preview of his Beverly Hills place, the legendary Jack Warner estate.
1992 | AUGUST
Fashion notables critique the style of new First Lady Hillary Clinton. “There’s never going to be another Jacqueline Kennedy,” quips Marc Jacobs.
1992 | NOVEMBER (left)
The model of the moment, 18-year-old Kate Moss, appears on her first W cover.
1993 | FEBRUARY
The grunge look infiltrates the junior jetset, whose members, W reports, can be seen at nightclubs wearing “flannel shirts and pajama bottoms tucked into work boots.”
Hillary Clinton poses on the Blue Room balcony and discusses White House entertaining.
An interview with Paris’s new fashion star, John Galliano.
An interview with Paris’s latest star shoemaker, 31-year-old Christian Louboutin.
Suzy reports from London on the wedding of the decade—the union of Marie-Chantal Miller and Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece. “A royal is a royal is a royal,” she writes.
W examines Hollywood’s spirituality craze, and philanthropist Tara Lynda Guber perches in lotus pose atop the extended legs of her supine yoga instructor.
Tom Cruise is the inaugural male movie star to make W’s cover.
Jeweler Kenneth Jay Lane poses for photos before and after his facelift.
Donatella Versace gives her first interview since taking over the label from her late brother Gianni.
The ingenue Angelina Jolie, 22, is newly enrolled at NYU, where her classmates don’t seem to like her. “I’m kind of that weird chick in the back of the class,” she says.
Julia Koch, the young wife of billionaire David Koch, poses triumphantly in her just purchased Fifth Avenue pad in New York, formerly home to Jacqueline Onassis.
Inside Villar Perosa, the Agnelli family’s estate near Turin, Italy.
In a Fight Club–inspired shoot by Steven Klein, Brad Pitt lets loose, dropping his pants and facing down a grizzly bear.
Stephanie Seymour romps around her Greenwich, Connecticut, estate for photographer Juergen Teller.