We've heard half the senior names in the industry banded about as potential editors of T, The New York Times' Style magazine, but Sally Singer's the first one to warrant an entire item in WWD.
In fact, her item reads like the one they wrote about Stefano Tonchi just a few days before he was officially named Editor-in-Chief of W, except this time around they don't list any alternatives.
Sally's Vogue's Fashion News and Features director, and while Anna might be the face of Vogue, it's almost impossible to imagine the magazine without Sally. Her colorful, laid back writing often keeps the magazine from being too stuck up to stomach.
A Conde Nast spokesperson says, "We are very pleased that Sally is here at Vogue, and we understand that she feels pleased to be here," but spokespeople always say that. We'd love to see Sally in control of her own magazine, but we worry about Vogue in her absence.