T Magazine: The New York Times Style Magazine is a perfect-bound magazine dedicated to fashion, living, beauty, holidays, travel, and design coverage from The New York Times newspaper. It was first released in August of 2004. Between 2013 and 2016, it was published 13 times per year, and since January 2017, it has been published 11 times per year.
It is released alongside the newspaper’s Sunday edition. Until 2009, Janet Froelich was the creative director. T is a separate journal with its own staff, not a New York Times Magazine supplement.
Since December 2007, The New York Times International Edition has included an international edition with its weekend edition (or International New York Times, formerly the International Herald Tribune). Ravi Raman created T Qatar in 2010, the company’s first country-specific edition. The first licenced editions in the European market were T China, T Japan, T Singapore, and T Spain.
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Stefano Tonchi was the editor until 2010, when Sally Singer took over. Deborah Needleman took over after Singer left in 2012. Brendan Monaghan was named the first publisher in 2013, while Sebastian Tomich and Monaghan were named vice presidents of advertising.  Monaghan left T in 2015, and Elizabeth Webbe Lunny, a former Women’s Health Associate Publisher, joined the magazine as Vice President and Publisher in March 2016.
After four years on the job, Deborah Needleman left T in late November 2016. Meanwhile, executive editor Whitney Vargas filled in for Needleman, but Vargas left the magazine in February. Nick Haramis, T’s previous articles editor, recently become the editor-in-chief of Interview magazine. T was redesigned and its ad pages were increased under Needleman’s direction. According to Business of Fashion, the luxury magazine’s ad pages increased by 30% in the first three quarters of 2016 compared to the same period in 2012, to 934 pages.  T’s advertising revenue under Lunny has mostly been down since the editorial departures, with sharp drops in paging in important 2017 Women’s & Men’s Spring Fashion issues.
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