2010 July 28
Confirmed: Victoria Davydova is the New EIC of Vogue Russia
(NEW YORK) As first reported by The Daily, Tatler Russia EIC Victoria Davydova will be assuming top duties at Vogue Russia, replacing outgoing editor Aliona Doletskaya. The move is effective immediately. “Victoria Davydova is one of the most professional, experienced, and talented editors in the Russian market,” said Jonathan Newhouse in a memo to Moscow-based staffers, translated by The Daily. “Behind her is the experience of launching two completely different magazines within Condé Nast. All of this makes Vika a perfect choice for the role of chief editor of Vogue Russia.” The new EIC of Tatler will be Ksenia Solovieva, a former deputy editor under Davydova.
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