Melinda Stevens has been appointed as the new Editor of Condé Nast Traveller.
She replaces Sarah Miller, who launched the magazine in 1997, and during her tenure has been six times honoured as Magazine of the Year or Editor of the Year.
Stevens has previously worked for Vogue and subsequently worked as Features Editor of Tatler, and as a newspaper columnist.
Most recently she was Travel Editor of Tatler – a position she has held for the past seven years.
Nicholas Coleridge, Managing Director of Condé Nast Britain and President of Condé Nast International, said: “Sarah’s contribution to the title, which was the first overseas edition of Traveller outside America, has been pivotal, and during her Editorship the magazine quickly came to be regarded as the foremost travel title in the market.
“Sarah ran Condé Nast Traveller with dedication and passion, and we will always be grateful to her for her superb stewardship of the magazine.”