7.500.900

Brand reach, Mediascope, NRS – Russia, May – October 2020, Google Analytics, October 2020, Social media data for November 1, 2020

Contacts

Editor-in-Chief

Ksenia Solovieva

Commercial Director of Vogue

Irina Elizarova

Brand Director

Dmitriy Vikulin

Advertising Sales Director

Maria Privorotskaya

Brand Coordinator

Aida Khairullina

ADVERTISING COORDINATOR

Emilia Krovikova

Assistant

Irina Sukhacheva

Advertising Sales Manager

Maria Krsteva

Advertising Sales Manager

Maria Titova

Special Projects Director

Nelly Khaydarova

Advertising Sales Manager

Oksana Ivashkina

Senior Advertising Sales Manager

Victoria Stolarsky

Ksenia Solovieva appointed Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Russia

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TAGS: Vogue Russiaб Ksenia Solovieva

Condé Nast Russia nominates Ksenia Solovieva as Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Russia. Ksenia will replace Masha Fedorova, who decided to step down from this position.

Ksenia Solovieva joined Condé Nast in 2007 as Beauty Director of Tatler. Soon she was promoted to Deputy Editor, and in 2010 Ksenia became Editor-in-Chief of Tatler. Under her leadership Tatler evolved into one of the most widely read and cited glossy magazines in Russia, a highly commercially successful multimedia brand with an audience of over three million readers.

 

Anita Gigovskaya, President and Managing Director of Condé Nast Russia: “Ksenia Solovieva impersonates the ideal type of a Condé Nast Editor, a professional with impeccable reputation. She combines talent and discipline, a rare match. Ksenia was one of the first editors of glossy magazines to embrace digital media.

 

She single-handedly edited Tatler Russia Instagram account from its launch. Back in 2016 she initiated the successful revamping of Tatler Russia website from a tabloid to an influential online media about the rich and the rare, launched Tatler-Butler channel in Telegram, and came up with such important cultural projects of the Tatler universe as the Debutantes Ball, the traditional September Tatler Schools supplement, the spring project with Tatler Teens event and supplement and much more. Thanks to her vision and journalistic instinct Tatler is one of the most cited glossy publications in Russia today. I am sure that Ksenia will bring a lot of new valuable context to the Russian Vogue, and I am sincerely glad to witness such an important new step in her career.

 

I would like to thank Masha Fedorova for nearly twenty years of work at Condé Nast. Masha has done so much for us. Her contribution to the development of GQ, then Glamour and Vogue, to the professional growth of many editorial talents cannot be overestimated. I wish Masha success in her new projects,” says Anita Gigovskaya.

 

Condé Nast Russia will announce the appointment of the editor-in-chief of Tatler Russia shortly.