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Deborah Needleman, via Getty
Looks like the rumors that the Times has been courting Deborah Needleman to replace Sally Singer as editor-in-chief of T: The New York Times Style Magazine are true. Though WWD reported on September 13 that Needleman denied accepting the job, WSJ style columnist Christina Binkley just tweeted the following:
Very very sorry to see @debbieneedles depart wsj mag for T. But Bon voyage and see you around!— Christina Binkley (@BinkleyOnStyle) September 27, 2012
Needleman is the founder of Domino magazine, and has been the Editor in Chief of WSJ Magazine since 2010. Sally Singer left the EIC chair at T abruptly earlier this month, just before the start of New York Fashion Week.
· Breaking: Sally Singer Is Out at T Magazine [Racked]