The 2014 Media Agenda Talks are coming to an end and this year’s final speaker is Sophia Money-Coutts, Features Editor at Tatler magazine.

For those of you who have never picked up a Tatler magazine before, the BBC is currently running a three part series on the magazine called Posh People. You can read about the series here and watch episodes on BBC iPlayer.

Tatler prides itself on being the magazine of the British upper class with a focus on fashion, lifestyle, politics and high society. Sophia Money-Coutts is a former LSE student and has been the features editor on Tatler for two years. Prior to that, she worked on various newspapers, including the Daily Mail, the Evening Standard, and The National in Abu Dhabi. Sophia has written on a variety of topics including the ‘nanny’ as the greatest British institution, 10 single billionares in London, a blog on the show Made in Chelsea and the Scottish referendum from the perspective of Scottish aristocrats.

Dachshunds, dukes and obligatory fancy dress…working life at Tatler

December 9th, 5:00-6:00pm, New Theatre, East Building


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