Vanity Fair Postcards

How great are these Vanity Fair Postcards I saw at Anthropologie.  I went to the Anthropologie website and learned that Vanity Fair has published beautiful covers since 1913.  The year 1913 holds a special meaning to me because it is the year my sorority was founded.  I love receiving postcards and used to hang them up on my bulletin board in college.

Photo from

Do you love them?

The Preppy Post Grad

Deal of the Day: Condé Nast Via One Kings Lane

I love the shopping site One Kings Lane today they are selling framed Condé Nast images, “as the publisher of Vogue, GQ, and Vanity Fair, among other popular titles, Condé Nast has an archive of thousands of exclusive, unique, and in many cases classic photographs and illustrations. This collection includes framed reproductions of magazine covers, black-and-white celebrity photos, glorious still lives, and more, some dating back nearly a century (One Kings Lane: Condé Nast).”

The Preppy Post Grad’s Favorite Picture From This Sale:

Don’t have a One Kings Lane account?  You’re invited by yours truly.

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Preppiness,

The Preppy Post Grad


Art in Action at Anthropologie

Anthropologie’s Art in Action event is a combination of some of my favorite things: Anthropologie, art, community service, and alliteration. Anthropologie is having a silent auction to benefit the NYC Children’s Art Fund.

The NYC Children’s Art Fund (NYCCAF) is a New York City non-profit organization, “committed to supporting children in NYC through free education in the arts and creative disciplines.”  NYCCAF’s mission is, “to provide NYC kids access to creative mentors, who are local and who are established artists and proven to have successful careers in the arts. Every mentor volunteers their time to educate children of all ages in areas such as photography, music, mixed media, painting and digital design. Our intent is to guide these children into a prosperous and successful career in the arts.”  I have always been enamored by Anthropologie’s whimsical window displays. At the Art in Action event you can purchase one of the display paintings by Anthro’s visual artists. 100% of proceeds will benefit the NYC Children’s Art Fund.

Don’t live in the concrete jungle where dreams were made of**?  Fret not you can still click this link to donate to NYCCAF, “by donating to the NYC Children’s Art Fund, you will help pay for the supplies and space necessary to implement the art and mentoring programs across the city.”  If you are in NYC and want to volunteer, donate supplies, or discuss corporate scholarships email

Photos of the current window displays captured by the Preppy Post Grad’s Iphone:

I hope to see you tomorrow.


The Preppy Post Grad