Career Code: Sally Singer on Why Your Job Title Doesn't Matter

Lauren Eggertsen

In honor of Hillary Kerr and Katherine Power’s upcoming book, The Career Code: Must-Know Rules for a Strategic, Stylish, and Self-Made Career ($17), we’re kicking off an interview series featuring 17 questions (in honor of the book’s 17 chapters) about the work lives of the most inspirational female leaders in the fashion industry. So far, we’ve tapped Rebecca MinkoffEmily & MerittRachel Zoe, and more. Up next? Sally Singer. 

Sally Singer is quite a woman of power when it comes to the fashion industry. From being the editor in chief of T Magazine to writing several dozen cover stories for Vogue, Singer has continued to prove herself as a woman who knows a thing or two about facilitating a successful career. Currently as the creative digital director of Vogue.com, she is responsible for the website's trademark phenomena like the It Bag 2015 Election and Vogue’s original videos. Singer was kind enough to share with us a few of her secrets to success, what to avoid when starting out in this industry, and the latest Vogue project that has her excited.

Keep reading to learn more about Singer and to hear her crucial advice for anyone starting out in this industry. 

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