Kate Reardon has spent twenty years at the cutting edge of women's publishing. She started as a fashion assistant at American Vogue and at 21 was made Fashion Editor of Tatler. She has contributed to most major British newspapers and written three columns in The Times - who named her one of Britain's best writers. She is currently a Contributing Editor at Vanity Fair. She lives in London during the week and goes to her cottage in Wiltshire at the weekends - as a home worker she finds this helps her remember what day of the week it is.
April 2010 Good Housekeeping selection. Former fashion editor and Times columnist Kate Reardon had a surprise hit with her first book Top Tips For Girls and she follows it up with Top Tips For Life. Useful, entertaining and with a ‘we’re all in it together’ feel, the book collates the best nuggets of advice to have been posted by visitors to her hugely successful website toptipsforgirls.com – from ‘How to seed peppers and chillies’ to ‘How to choose between two men’.