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Horacio Silva Leaves T

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After ten years, Horatio Silva, online director at T, the New York Times' magazine, has stepped down. Silva previously co-wrote (with Ben Widdicombe) one of the best fashion gossip columns ever to have graced the web. He's moving on to consulting gigs. "It's an interesting time right now as the lines between editorial and advertising are becoming more and more nebulous, it'll be interesting to be in the forefront there," he explained to The Cut. "I've also been threatening to write a book for some time... I might finally take Qaddafi up on his offer to curate his wardrobe for the Costume Institute." [The Cut]