Vanity Fair has the photos.
Control-freak weddings never end online.
"But nothing is sacred on the Internet, not even a wedding."
The tech mogul defends his elaborate nuptials.
He paid an extra $2.5 million to fix that part.
Unless you consider "Victorian flair and whimsy" a theme.
He's hiring personal costumiers to keep everyone on theme.
But that's not stopping him.
"The Awareness Experiment" deemed a failure.
"Even if I set out to throw a really small party, there's expectations about what it's going to be like."
A boutique bank called Raine.
Art imitates life, then life intimates said art.
The storied history of one of the best townhouses in Greenwich Village.
And that tried to destroy him right back.
Ka-ching times many billions.
"I kind of wish my life were that cool."
Along with Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz.
“You know how we get our revenge — we erase people from Facebook.”
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