Singer's time at T is said to have been a rough one, and pressure from the advertising department may have motivated her departure. Even so, Singer's former executive editor, Jill Abramson, wrote in a staff memo: "Sally’s contributions are clear to anyone who’s read the magazine during her tenure. Gorgeous visuals, interesting stories, and enterprising features — both in print and online — have been hallmarks of her stewardship."
The online finesse Abramson spoke of will now be used in Singer's position as Vogue's digital creative director beginning October 29. It must be a pretty powerful feeling to have Anna Wintour want you back. (WWD)
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