The West Village studio was electric, with creativity buzzing among the 75 photographers, producers, writers, and art/creative directors who gathered to exchange ideas. Sally Singer, Vogue’s Creative Director, Digital led a discussion that inspired and enthralled.
Singer has an impressive resume of professional experience in magazines. Her career started with the London Review of Books and British Vogue. She first joined the American Vogue in 1999, working as a fashion news and features director, before transitioning to T: The New York Times Style Magazine in 2010. After a two year stint as their editor-in-chief, she returned to Vogue as their Creative Digital Director. Her professional experience is more than a mark of achievement, it’s a mastery in storytelling. In her career, Singer has been tasked with bringing fashion to new platforms and has charged ahead, […]