The publishing house Condé Nast announces the appointment of Ksenia Solovieva as editor-in-chief of Tatler magazine. In this position, Ksenia will replace Victoria Davydova, who became the editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine.
Ksenia Solovieva was born in Moscow on October 10, 1976. In 1998 she graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of Moscow State University. Lomonosov. She began her career at OM magazine, then worked at Gali “Atmosphere” magazines. In the editorial office of Tatler magazine, Ksenia began working in September 2007, first as a director of the beauty department, and since April 2009 as a deputy editor-in-chief.
Karina Dobrotvorskaya, President of Condé Nast Russia, commented on the appointment of Ksenia Solovieva: “Ksenia Solovyova is a gifted editor, a talented journalist and an infinitely responsible person. She worked at Tatler from the very first day, participated in its launch on the Russian market and, like no one else, understands the structure, style and audience of the magazine. In glossy practice, there are not so many excellent authors who would be brilliant managers. Ksenia Solovyova is just that rare case. I am sure that she will be an excellent editor of Russian TATLER and I wish her every success."
Ksenia Solovieva is married and has two children: son Nikita, 11 years old, and daughter Sasha, 2 years old. Candidate master of sports in tennis. Condé