Jay Fielden

Esquire

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Jay Fielden is editor in chief of Esquire.

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Esquire editor in Chief Jay Fielden joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss establishing his version of the famed lifestyle publication.

Jay Fielden: Esquire Editor-in-Chief

Esquire editor in Chief Jay Fielden joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss establishing his version of the famed lifestyle publication.

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