Evelina Leonidovna Khromchenko is an entrepreneur, leading editor in chief of the Russian magazine L’Officiel.
Childhood in the biography of Evelina Khromchenko was held in the image of an obedient child. I learned to read early, but at the insistence of my parents I studied at a music school. Then, having shown will, refused to study music, having decided that drawing to it is closer. But because of the falling vision, this activity was soon abandoned.
Higher education in the biography of Khromchenko was received at the Moscow State University, at the Faculty of Journalism. Then she began to work on radio: in the Children’s edition of the All-Union Radio, later on “Europe Plus”. Also Evelina was a guest in many television programs. Manifesting himself as a first-class journalist, began to publish in many magazines and newspapers: Izvestia, Cosmopolitan, Komsomolskaya Pravda, Elle and others. Also Evelina worked as a creative director of a PR agency, founded together with Alexander Shumsky – “Artifact”.
Later she became the editor-in-chief, and also the creative director in the Russian edition of “L`Officiel”. The magazine brilliantly highlights news, trends from the fashion world. Also, the biography of Evelina Khromchenko is known as one of the leading programs “Fashionable sentence”. Together with Vyacheslav Zaitsev and Arina Sharapova, Evelina transforms the female image, giving it elegance, chic, individuality.
In 2006 Evelina Khromchenko showed one more her talent – scoring. In the film “The Devil Wears Prada” Miranda Priestley speaks in the voice of Evelina Khromchenko.