Two Potential Editors to Replace Aliona at Russian Vogue

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Victoria Davidova. Photo: Victor Boyko/WireImage

Condé Nast said a new editor-in-chief for Russian Vogue would be announced shortly, following yesterday's announcement that Aliona Doletskaya is stepping down. Rumored potential successors include Russian Tatler editor Victoria Davydova, who at just 40 years old would be the youngest editor-in-chief of all the Vogues. Another name being bandied about is ex Russian L'Officiel editor Evelina Khromchenko, who is also a talk-show host. But sources belive Condé will promote someone from the Condé family.

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