Things finally seem to be falling into place for Sally SInger's new assembly of staff at T magazine. Having moved in to take the reigns following Stefano Tonchi's departure to W magazine , Singer has been raising many a manicured eyebrow over who she would appoint as T's director of fashion. Former fashion director Anne Christensen took her leave from the mag when Singer received the chief editor title, a role Christensen (and many others) believed to be hers. Now Christensen has been warmly welcomed into Glamour and Singer seemed to be high and dry—until now.
The former Vogue editor has named Michelle Sanders, most recently senior vice-president of accessories at Donna Karan, as the magazine's new fashion director. Sanders has quite the impressive resume to boot, having held top positions at Miu Miu and Juicy Couture, but first met Singer when they were working together at Vogue more than ten years ago. She spent six years as the title's accessories director, and the duo remained close even after Saunders left the mag. Vogue senior market editor Meredith Melling Burke and contributing editor Tabitha Simmons were also on Singer's speculated shortlist, but the Sanders hire ultimately avoids dipping into the Conde Nast honey pot. Other recent appointments to Singer's new staff include V's Jacob Brown as features director, succeeding Armand Limnander, who left with Stefano Tonchi for W.
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