Vanity Fair Font

About Vanity Fair Font

Vanity Fair font here refers to the font used for the logo of Vanity Fair, which is a magazine of pop culture, fashion and current affairs, first published in 1983.

The font used for the magazine logo is VF Sans Condensed. VF Sans is a geometric typeface reminiscent of 1930s transportation faces. It was originally created for and used exclusively by the Vanity Fair magazine but now the type is available for the public and you can purchase it via TermainalDesign.

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VF Sans Typeface in Use

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