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Deborah Needleman Heads to T Magazine

Deborah Needleman Is in at T Magazine

After weeks of speculation, the wait is over: Deborah Needleman will leave The Wall Street Journal's WSJ. Magazine to edit T, The New York Times Style Magazine effective immediately.

"Deborah is a creative and innovative editor with an impeccable sense of style and design," said The New York Times' executive editor, Jill Abramson, in a statement. "As we look to expand and extend T and continue to evolve it for our loyal and sophisticated New York Times audience, we will rely on Deborah's broad range of experience and creative energy. She is coming on board to strengthen the franchise and reimagine its future on all platforms."

Needleman replaces Sally Singer, whose departure from the magazine was announced just before New York Fashion Week.

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