By Ingrid Kwong   The much-anticipated French edition of Vanity Fair has officially hit newsstands on Wednesday. The fashion glossy, one of Conde Nast’s premier American magazines has chosen American actress, Scarlett Johansson, as the cover model. The blonde bombshell splits her life between America and France after she began dating creative agency manager Romain Dauriac and purchased an apartment in Paris. It is no wonder Vanity Fair picked Johansson as the cover star for their first French edition. The magazine contains at least seven features per issue covering culture, fashion and lifestyle. Conde Nast France president Xavier Romatet said that the company was investing 15 million euros in the launch. It expects to break even after three years and return on profit within eight years. The first two issues of the monthly magazine will be at the promotional price of 2 euros before switching to regular price of 3.95 euros for future copies. The debut issue features a total of 93 pages of advertisements out of 270.