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Tatler appoints new editor

20 Dec 2010

Kate Reardon has been named editor of British Tatler, the Conde Nast society and fashion title.

Reardon follows in the footsteps of Catherine Ostler, and was previously a freelance writer, contributing to publications including Vanity Fair.

Ostler has stepped down after less than two years in the role. “I am delighted that Kate is becoming editor,” said Nicholas Coleridge, managing director of Condé Nast UK. “With her considerable experience, and an innate understanding of the Tatler reader, we look forward to its continued success.”

Reardon is no stranger to the magazine; she worked as a fashion director of Tatler 21 years ago, prior to pursuing her career as a freelance writer. In a separate statement, Coleridge praised Ostler’s work at Tatler. “Over the past two years, she has produced a widely-admired and successful magazine,” he said, adding that Ostler, who joined Tatler in early 2009, would step down at the end of the year.

Reardon will join the magazine in January.