After 20 Years, David Granger Is Stepping Down as Esquire's Editor in Chief

His successor is Town & Country's Jay Fielden

There's a significant changing of the guard taking place at Hearst where it was announced today that longtime Esquire editor in chief David Granger will step down after nearly 20 years leading the iconic publication. His replacement: Jay Fielden, the editor responsible for transforming Town & Country from dusty publication to buzzy brand.

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