One of fashion's most prominent figures is saying, "so-long," to the editorial world and "hello," to late-night television. André Leon Talley, contributing editor at Vogue, has stepped down from his position to pursue a career on the small screen, Gawker reports. The stylish big man, Talley, has linked up with former NBC's co-chair Ben Silverman's production company to produce a television program for the man known for his outlandish garb. The real life devil in Prada, Anna Wintour (Vogue's editor-in-chief), has said to have a long feud with television. But there appears to be no bad blood between the editors, and even the possibility of Talley continuing his work with the publication. What will the show be about? We're not sure, but it more than likely will be the talk of the style world.

[via Gawker]