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Sally Singer Moves to T... More Changes at W... It's A Raid...

The New York Times has tapped Vogue's Sally Singer to be the next editor in chief of T.



MICKEY TALKS — AND DOESN’T:
WSJ. editor in chief Tina Gaudoin has a lengthy cover story on J. Crew chief Mickey Drexler in the upcoming June issue, out Saturday. And while the famously voluble Drexler was more than willing to recount his successes at the retailer and his infamous departure from Gap Inc., he was less forthcoming when it came to his family and friends, or visiting his homes. Indeed, his reticence demonstrates his managerial acumen. The retail guru made a point to bar the journalist from speaking to his wife and two aunts he’s particularly fond of. “They’re old,” the Bronx-born Drexler says of the aunts. “Whadda they gonna say?” — Matthew Lynch

 

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