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Last year’s masthead musical chairs isn’t over just yet, and the first major change in 2013 is the appointment of Kate Lanphear to T: The New York Times Style Magazine.
For the winter issue of T, Karlie Kloss headed to Nicaragua with photographer Ryan McGinley to pose for a stunning set of understated photos set against the country’s beautiful and diverse landscapes.
In a bizarre turn of events, Sally Singer has returned to Vogue after exiting the glossy two years ago for T: The New York Times Style Magazine. She left T in August, and now, WWD is reporting that Singer will be back under the Vogue umbrella.
Out with the old, in with the new.
We’ve been quietly mourning Sally Singer‘s departure from T Magazine for almost 24 hours now, but it’s beginning to look like the split was inevitable. Singer was appointed editor-in-chief of the title just over two years ago, but publishers were reportedly impatient for a spike in ad sales that just never came.
Sally Singer is leaving her position as editor in chief of T: The New York Times Style Magazine. WWD reports that Singer will leave the mag at the end of the week, and that a successor has not been named. Let the guessing games begin!
Emma Watson blew up as the frizzy-haired and endearingly annoying Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films. But there’s a cost to that fame — girl can’t even go to a museum.
It’s not even August yet, but we’re already getting the details about the upcoming September issues. We’ve gotten the scoop on the cover stars, we’ve revealed a slew of ad campaigns that’ll run in the issues, and now we’ve got ad page counts.
We’re totally into Jessica Chastain‘s cover for T Magazine‘s summer fashion and beauty issue. That lipstick!
Chinese model Liu Wen is all smiles on the cover of the latest T Magazine. The inside story, titled “The Liu Wen Express”, follows Wen as she travels back to her home province of Hunan.
We realize that most smart fashion magazines want to do everything they can to capture the spirit of the moment, but how should they approach moments that are more terrifying than stylish? We ask because this week, T, The New York Times Style Magazine, just put up a series of street style photos from the revolution in Cairo, the earthquake and tsunami in Tokyo, and the recent riots in London.
Every so often, a magazine cover comes along that is so utterly refreshing, it catches us by surprise. This is one of those times. Cate Blanchett‘s cover for T Magazine‘s Summer Fashion & Beauty issue is lively, fun, and downright pretty.
More often than not, it isn’t too terribly hard to get most magazines to let go of an upcoming cover. So maybe, by refusing to talk about the upcoming and highly anticipated issue of T Magazine, Sally Singer is trying to tell us that it won’t be like most magazines.
New York’s fashion magazine industry got a shot in the arm earlier this year when it was announced that Stefano Tonchi was leaving T the NYT Style magazine to take over W, and Sally Singer was subsequently departing Vogue to take over his spot.
Sally Singer is getting into the swing of things at T Magazine, The New York Times‘ fashion glossy she took over about a month ago. The Times Company issued a press release not too long ago announcing the hire of Michelle Sanders as fashion director and Jacob Brown as features director.
On Monday, when The Wall Street Journal announced that it had hired former Domino editor Deborah Needleman to head its lifestyle glossy WSJ., media minders immediately started making comparisons between her and newly named T Magazine editor Sally Singer.
While Vogue may still be looking for a replacement for Sally Singer, Glamour has snapped up T magazine’s Anne Christensen to be their new executive fashion director, replacing Xanthipi Joannides who left last month. Some context: Christensen was largely considered the frontrunner to replace Stefano Tonchi as EIC of T, but the mag poached Singer instead. So what does this mean for Glamour? And for Christensen?
They say you can’t know where you’re going until you realize where you’ve been. With that in mind, we’re taking a glance back. The past week has been a roller coaster of fashion news and events — and luckily, we were there to catch the good, the bad and the ugly.
Reported first by Derek Blasburg’s twitter — and soon after by BryanBoy, who’s always quick to spread a good fashion newsbit — and then finally confirmed by the New York Times: Sally Singer has left her position as Fashion News Director at Vogue to pick up where Tonchi left off at T.
Ever since Conde Nast pulled W magazine out of the Fairchild fold and back into the arms of 4 Times Square, the mastheads of fashion magazines have been playing a game of musical chairs. Through all of it, though, T has remained relatively quiet with regards to who would be replacing Tonchi at the top of their masthead. But now the new word on the street is that T’s fashion director Anne Christensen is first in line for the top spot.