Gail Bichler named Design Director of The New York Times Magazine


Gail Bichler announced today that she has been named Design Director of The New York Times Magazine. 


Bichler succeeds Rem Duplessis, who left earlier this year to join Apple as Creative Director. He replaced long-time Design Director Janet Froelich.

Bichler posted this today: "I'm thrilled to have been named Design Director of The New York Times Magazine by the magazine's amazing new editor, Jake Silverstein! To be given such a great opportunity at a publication whose mission I truly believe in and to walk in the footsteps of legendary design directors like close friend and longtime collaborator Rem Duplessis, and Janet Froelich is an incredible honor. I feel so lucky to be able to continue to work with the deeply talented group of designers on my team, and to collaborate daily with some of the best photo editors and editors in the business!
Looking forward to pulling the magazine's many visual contributors close in the upcoming redesign and making some new connections as well. I am truly humbled and am SO hoping this is not some kind of fabulous dream that I will eventually wake from..."
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