Chief editor of the Russian Esquire Igor Sadreev leaves his post, he said this on his page in Facebook. The source of RBC in the edition of Esquire reported that the new editor would be journalist Ksenia Sokolova, who previously worked in the magazine “Snob”.
“Colleagues, all right — August 12 is my last day of work at the Esquire. Accordingly, the September issue will be my last,” wrote Sadreev. According to him, “the new owners of the publishing house decided that the journal long overdue change — they have the vision of Esquire and its future.”
How to write Sadreev, “Esquire has always been unique magazine, unlike all the others — that is why he was the country’s first men’s edition, whose editor was a woman and even the candidate in deputies of the State Duma”. “I wish Ksenia Sokolova success,” he concluded his post in Facebook.
Sokolova is a journalist and writer, worked as a columnist at GQ, and later became Deputy editor of the publication, and later became Vice-President of media group “Live!”, worked as a columnist in the project “Snob”. In July 2016 was included in the Federal list of candidates to state Duma deputies from the Party of growth, which is headed by the business Ombudsman Boris Titov.
Sadreev was named editor in August 2004. Before that he headed the editorial Board of the site of The Village, worked in the program “Central television” on NTV. To Sadreeva magazine was directed by Philip Bakhtin and Dmitry Golubovsky.