Move over Anna Wintour, there's a new fashionista on the block. Lisa Vanderpump has officially been named Editor-in-Chief of Beverly Hills Lifestyle. And her daughter, Pandora Vanderpump Sabo, will work alongside her at the publication as its executive editor.
“I have always loved being a part of Beverly Hills Lifestyle magazine and to be asked to be editor-in- chief is not only an honor but a delight," The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mogul said in a statement. "The magazine has always been the epitome of luxury and I cannot wait for all the exciting things we have planned for its 10-year anniversary re-launch. I am thrilled to be joining my friend Mark Kurian and the incredibly talented team and look forward to working with my daughter, Pandora, to bring a very Vanderpump feel to what has always been my favorite publication."
Lisa has previously written for the magazine and will step into her new role as the magazine celebrates 10 years. "It is with great pride that we can finally announce @lisavanderpump as our new Editor in Chief!!" the publication shared on Instagram. "After writing for BHL since its inception, having Lisa accept the role is a dream come true. We are humbled, honored and so excited about the vision Lisa has for the new BHL!"
Lisa will helm the magazine, which has had A-listers like Kris Jenner, Tom Hanks, and Cate Blanchett grace its cover in the past.
The magazine has even featured a number of the Real Housewives on its pages. And we're sure that Lisa will bring the right level of diamonds and rosé-perfection to her new role.
The editor gig is the latest high-profile role that Lisa has recently taken on. Just this month she also launched a dog rescue center, Vanderpump Dogs, in L.A. Hear more about it, below.