MODERNISM is sweeping the intelligent world

YOU find it in music, in the arts, in literature. You can't ignore it. Yet, what do you know about it? What do you think of it?

You won't always understand modernism. But you should at least be able to appreciate it.

There is a way, an easy way, to know and enjoy the newest schools of modern thought and art. . .

A forum where the most brilliant minds of two continents exchange their ideas.

This forum is the magazine Vanity Fair. In it you will find. . .

Wit anal satire that reflect the brittle gaiety anal subtle eynicism of modern life.

Portraits you won't see any. where else of the men and women distinguished in the world of art and letters.

Essays and reflections on modern music and drama.

Brilliant discussions of politics and the new schools of phil. osophy.

The talking cinema and notes on the new dances.

Reproductions of pen and ink drawings, etchhlgs, and paint.ings by Picasso and other contemporary masters.

Articles on contract bridge by Sidney Lenz, and on golf by Bobby Jones and Bernard Darwin.

Caricatures of modern life that startle one because they hit the truth so squarely.

A department of melds fashions that is the most authoritative of its kind.

News of the gay capitals of the world .... London, Paris, New York, Vienna.

Vanity Fair always presents the modern point of view. . . the sketchy, sophisticated, half gay, half serious outlook on life....

It is, in a true sense, the mirror of modernity.

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Distinguished Modern Contributors

CLAUDE ANET

ROBERT BENCHLEY

HEYWOOD BROWN

GILBERT CHESTERTON

THEODORE DREISER

COREY FORD

ALDOUS HUXLEY

WALTER LIPPMANN

FERENC MOLNAR

PAUL MORAND

NIKOI,AS REMISOFF

ARTHUR SCHNITZLER

JIM TULLY

CARL VAN VECHTEN

ALEXANDER WOOLLCOTT

EDOUARD BENITO

WILLIAM BOLIN

EMILE ANTOINE BOURDELLE

MIGUEL CON'ARRt BIAS

ARTHUR B. DAVIES

WARREN DAVIS

HI-NT DIEDERICH

JACOB EPSTEIN

ROCKWELL ECENT

MARIE LAt-RENCIN

PAI-L MANSHIP

IVAN MESTRON-IC

HELENE PERDRIAT

PABLO PICASSO

EDWARD STEICHEN