Sally Singer Wears Target, and Everyone She Knows Buys J.Crew

By
Photo: J.Crew creative director Jenna Lyons and Sally Singer (right).

Vogue's Sally Singer wears clothes from Target — the designer ones, anyway. "I loved the Rodarte for Target collaboration, and I bought a lot of it and wear it," she gushed at the launch party for Fenton/Fallon's limited-edition jewelry collection for J.Crew last night. She added, "I love what Vena Cava did for Converse." Singer also said she wears a lot of J.Crew, which one would expect from a hostess of a J.Crew party. "I buy a lot of the shirts because I love the way that they’re fitted from the inside," she told us. "Whenever they work with Liberty or any of those shirtmakers I buy even more of them. I buy pants here. I buy flats here, all the little ballet slippers and things. Not only do I buy J.Crew, everyone I know buys J.Crew."

Even Anna Wintour? "I never ask Anna Wintour what she’s wearing." Singer replied. " I don’t speak for my boss’s clothes. But a lot of people at Vogue wear J.Crew." Things must be busy over at the Vogue offices — Singer revealed that CBS's one-hour special on Fashion's Night Out has started filming, though she's not involved in the project.

Lastly, we wondered if Vogue would jump on the plus-size model trend. "I’ve seen plus-size models in Vogue! I write about plus-size models all the time!" Singer countered. "We went shopping with Marina Rinaldi, I just did Kate Dillon in Vogue. We’ve done Mia Tyler. We’ve done plus-size models. I’m not talking, 'Oh, she’s a size 8.' Ashley Graham is probably a size 16. We’ve definitely had plus-size models in Vogue, and readers respond to them."