Charlotte Edwardes joins as Assistant Editor and as a columnist for Style magazine from this weekend.
A former war reporter and diarist, Charlotte has twice been named Interviewer of the Year at the British Press Awards and is highly respected across Fleet Street, where she has written for The Times, The Telegraph, Evening Standard and also Vogue and Tatler, among other titles.
Charlotte will be writing across The Sunday Times, and her new weekly Style column will offer opinion and commentary on every part of women’s lives, from the way we live in a post #metoo world to sharp insight on politics, culture and social mores.
Style is the UK’s most influential luxury fashion and beauty magazine, with unrivalled access to trailblazing journalists, digital creators and game changing stylists. It reaches 1.1 million influential and affluent women across the UK, who account for £1 in every £11 spent on clothing in the UK.
On social media, Style has a reach of more than 510,000 followers across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and a dedicated 360 degree digital team keeping Style content fresh and relevant 7 days a week.
Martin Ivens, The Sunday Times editor said: “I have always admired Charlotte as a brave reporter, insightful interviewer and witty columnist. Her considerable range of skills will enhance our award winning coverage and our array of stars.”
Lorraine Candy, editor-in-chief of Style, said: “Charlotte is a hugely versatile journalist who can range from covering Iraq to interviewing big Hollywood stars. In Style, she will cover what every woman is talking about with her friends and female colleagues, in a smart, playful and incisive way. We are delighted to welcome her to the fold.”
Charlotte Edwardes said: “I am hugely excited to be joining The Sunday Times, with its formidable history of writing and journalism, and particularly thrilled to be a columnist and interviewer for Style, by far my favourite fashion magazine.”
Source: News UK