Deborah Needleman Replacing Sally Singer at T Magazine

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Deborah Needleman

On the heels of Sally Singer's departure from the style publication, Deborah Needleman has been tapped to replace the former editor in chief, leaving her post at WSJ. Magazine.

Needleman founded the beloved Domino magazine before the publication shuttered and she went on to edit Wall Street Journal's Off Duty section and WSJ., reports the Times.

At WSJ., she has been responsible for pairing Tavi Gevinson and Ira Glass, getting Giorgio Armani to open up about his health scares, and proclaiming "Charlotte Gainsbourg is not a style icon."