LONDON — After a three-month search, Jeremy Langmead has been named the editor in chief of Wallpaper.
The 36-year-old Langmead, currently head of the lifestyle features desk at The London Evening Standard, will replace founder Tyler Brülé, who stepped down in May after a series of disagreements with his superiors at IPC Media, the division of Time Inc. that oversees Wallpaper. Langmead, whose first Wallpaper issue will be the March edition, will report to Mike Soutar, managing director of IPC Media’s Wallpaper Group.
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