2010 December 20
Kate Reardon Named Editor of Tatler
The Guardian View Gallery
(NEW YORK) Kate Reardon has been named editor at Tatler, the Condé Nast fashion and society glossy published in London. She replaces Catherine Ostler, who has edited the title since early 2009, when previous editor Geordie Greig became editor of the London Evening Standard after its purchase by Alexander Lebedev. Reardon's first day at Tatler will be January 10, and she will report to Nicholas Coleridge, managing director of Condé Nast UK. She has served as a contributing editor at Vanity Fair since 1999, and in fact, Reardon served as fashion director at Tatler in the early 1990s before leaving the position to work as a freelance writer. In addition to her work at Vanity Fair, she has been a columnist for the Daily Mail and the London Times, and has also authored Top Tips for Girls: Real Advice from Real Women for Real Life, and Your Mother Was Right: All the Advice You Tried to Forget. According to the most recent ABC numbers, Tatler enjoyed an average monthly circulation of 86,448 for the first half of 2010.
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