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Following NYC-focused spring and summer issues, Marie Claire's stylish pop-up magazine Branché is coming to LA for the first time ever with its new bicoastal fall issue. Inside the Elisabeth Moss-covered magazine, tastemakers like singer/songwriter Kilo Kish, Steven Alan creative director Aï Bihr, and nail artist Madeline Poole share their go-to travel essentials, favorite haunts, outfit inspo for NYC and Cali girls, and much more.
The Marie Claire street team will be distributing 30,000 free copies at different LA spots starting tomorrow and through Monday, October 13th. Bonus: 250 copies will also come with an exclusive, limited-edition canvas tote bag designed by Reece Hudson, which will be brimming with $650 worth of beauty goodies. Want a copy? We hear they'll hold court at the Tommy Hilfiger store (157 N. Robertson Blvd.) for the launch tomorrow, but you'll have to stay glued to Marie Claire's Twitter to find out where they'll be next.
· Marie Claire [Official Site]