T: The New York Times Style Magazine
Deborah Needleman Steps Down As Editor of 'T' Magazine
"The New York Times" executive editor Dean Baquet and "T" Magazine editors Whitney Vargas and Minju Pak will decide on a successor.
We Can All Agree Michelle Obama Looks Great on the Cover of 'T Magazine,' Yes?
She's considered one of "The Greats," alongside Lady Gaga, Junya Watanabe and Zadie Smith.
How 'T' Magazine's Alexander Fury Became One of Fashion's Most Respected, and Distinctive, Journalists
An encyclopedic knowledge of fashion history sets the British native apart from his contemporaries.
How 'T' Magazine's Patrick Li Became One of Fashion's Most Influential Creative Directors
The creative director of 'T: The New York Times Style Magazine' and principal of Li, Inc. speaks to us about working with the best in class.
A Little Guide to Deborah Needleman's Many New Hires at T
If there's one educated guess we can make about Deborah Needleman's T, it's that it will be very different from Sally Singer's, if only because most of the editorial staff has been replaced since Needleman joined the magazine in September.
Was Deborah Needleman Negotiating With T Before Sally Singer Was Fired?
Since new T EIC Deborah Needleman has only been at her new job for all of three days, she hasn't really been divulging much about her plans for the magazine to the press yet. However, WWD has learned from "sources" that she definitely has some plans--and demands. In fact, the trade alleges that Needleman "started negotiating with the Times while Singer was still holding court on the sixth floor."