While we'd like to think celeb bible Vanity Fair puts a great deal of thought and planning into its annual "New Hollywood" issue, this year the editors really limited their scope when it came to choosing the next big stars. (Or perhaps they overemphasized the "Fair"? ) Every woman on its new cover is extremely thin and very, very white. Unless Vanity Fair considers one redhead to be diversity, we feel the need to cry foul.
An all White magazine cover!
This kind of particularism could lead to more egregious "sins" like, say, oh, I don't know, an all black congressional caucus!
Nope, no that's too far.
But still, it might lead to all black colleges or something.
Then what will we all do?