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Her debut issue exists! In paper form!
An unexpectedly edgy choice for the magazine.
Stylist Joe McKenna gets the newly created job.
In case you were wondering.
She was formerly the executive editor of Harper's Bazaar.
Because, if there's one thing the Financial Times fashion editor hates, it's dressing for bloggers.
First weeks are tough.
She supposedly planned this out well before Sally Singer even stepped down.
Also, she's looking forward to the Times cafeteria.
Stefano Tonchi recommends her for the job.