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Jeremy Langmead to Mr. Porter

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Jeremy Langmead has resigned from his position as editor of Esquire UK to take the lead at Mr. Porter, the new Net-a-Porter men's shopping site. "I've loved working at Esquire for the past three years and have felt extremely proud to be at the helm of such an exciting, creative and innovative brand," said Langmead. He has been at the magazine since 2007. [Guardian]