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After a long and relatively quiet selection process, sources say The New York Times is close to revealing its pick for editor in chief of T.

Anne Christensen

Anne Christensen

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GOING TO THE INSIDE?: After a long and relatively quiet selection process, sources say The New York Times is close to revealing its pick for editor in chief of T. And, according to insiders, it will likely be Anne Christensen, a stylist by training and currently the magazine’s women’s fashion director. In the final weeks, Christensen is believed to have edged out another internal candidate, online director Horacio Silva. T has been functioning without an editor in chief for about a month, since Stefano Tonchi was tapped to head up W in late March. Vogue’s Sally Singer, who was considered a front-runner for the gig at the outset, is said to have turned down the Times’ offer — the newspaper’s wages no doubt falling far below those of Condé Nast’s. The New York Times declined comment.

— Nick Axelrod

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