Magazine editor extraordinaire Tina will always think of September as a month of new beginnings: ‘It represents the coming of the new Oxford University year and excitements to come.’ One of journalism’s greatest powerhouses, Tina was the youngest ever editor-in-chief of
Tatler at 25 before moving Stateside to helm Vanity
Fair and The New Yorker.
Both her biography of Princess Diana, The Diana Chronicles, and
her own memoir, The Vanity Fair Diaries (a must-read for anyone who loves magazines), have topped best-seller lists. Having kept a diary since she was 11, Tina’s dream dinner guests would be: ‘Virginia Woolf, Samuel Pepys, Cecil Beaton and Piers Morgan, so we can all talk about writing diaries over Vichyssoise and smoked salmon.’