Sally Singer

is the fashion news and features director of Vogue magazine. She oversees the interpretation of style and catwalks for the world’s largest and most influential fashion magazine, as well as the coverage of politics, celebrity, the arts, and society. Singer has written for numerous publications, including The Atlantic, The Economist, The Times Literary Supplement, and New York Magazine. She has published essays on such diverse topics as sweatshop labor, nightlife denizens, and fine art photography; Singer also appears regularly on television and public radio to give commentary on style-related matters. Before joining Vogue in 1999, Singer was the fashion director of New York Magazine. Singer began her career as an editor at Farrar, Straus, and Giroux and at the London Review of Books. [+]