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Kate Reardon Leaving Vanity Fair To Return Overseas

After 11 years as a contributing editor at Vanity Fair, Kate Reardon is setting sail for another Condé Nast title, Tatler magazine in London.  Reardon is coming full circle as she began her career as a 21-year-old fashion editor at Tatler, only this time she will serve as the monthly lifestyle title’s editor-in-chief.  The Guardian’s Jason Deans writes Reardon will replace Catherine Ostler who is stepping down from Tatler but will continue to contribute to Condé’s publications.

Reardon worked at the U.S. edition of Vogue and served as Tatler’s fashion director in the ’90s.  She also has worked at U.K.-based newspapers The Times and Daily Mail and wrote two books, Your Mother Was Right and Top Tips For Girls.

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