Online director Horacio Silva is leaving T, the New York Times fashion magazine, after nearly ten years with Times‘ fashion, reports New York Magazine.
In an internal memo, T Managing Editor George Gene Gustines called Silva “one of T’s pioneers” and added that “Insanity was his beat.”
Silva said he has been planning on departing for some time: “About four years ago, I wrote into my blackberry ‘On May 5, time to resign.'” He resigned on May 8th, so we’re pretty impressed.
Silva will be moving on to consulting work and possibly to write a book. He also told NY Mag, “I might finally take Qaddafi up on his offer to curate his wardrobe for the Costume Institute.” Let’s hope he goes with that.