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Esquire editor Jeremy Langmead leaves

By Staff

8th September 2010

Category: Consumer

Esquire’s editor Jeremy Langmead is leaving his position at the magazine to join Mr Porter as editor in chief.

Langmead originally joined the National Magazine Company’s men’s title in March 2007, and founded the Esquire Man At The Top Awards as well as the Best Dressed Real Man competitions.

Dan Davies, deputy editor at Esquire, will become acting editor until a replacement for Langmead is officially appointed.

Mr Porter is a newly-launched menswear website from Net-A-Porter, and will be added to the FeaturesExec database shortly.

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