- About SCAD
- Career + Alumni
- Life at SCAD
- define art 2016
Sally Singer is the digital creative director of American Vogue, overseeing the overall strategy and content for Vogue.com, the Vogue video channel and the monthly magazine's enhanced tablet edition.
Singer previously served as editor-in-chief of T: The New York Times Style Magazine. While at T, she commissioned stories, artwork and photography from the likes of Hedi Slimane, Barbara Ehrenreich, Gloria Steinem, Will Self and Richard Burbridge. Before joining T, she served for 11 years as the fashion news and features director of Vogue. In that role, Singer helped found the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund and first served as a judge for the Ecco Domani fashion prize.
Singer’s previous posts in the magazine industry include fashion director of New York Magazine, style director for Elle and commissioning editor for British Vogue. She has written for the Atlantic Monthly, The Economist and the Guardian, among other publications. Singer contributed a chapter to “No Sweat”, a collection of essays edited by Andrew Ross in the late ‘90s that broke the silence about the prevalent use of sweatshop labor in the American fashion industry.
Singer has served for more than a decade as chair of the Prospect Park Junior Committee. A native of northern California, Singer lives in New York City with her three sons.