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Sephora's Most Stylish Employees Show Off Their Attire — And HQ!

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    [UPDATE: This story was originally published on September 28.]

    Ever step foot in Sephora only to emerge a couple hours later, a bit dazed, but totally inspired by the at-home beautifying that awaits? That means the folks behind the brand are definitely doing a standout job. With nearly 1,000 employees stationed in San Francisco (out of 25,000 worldwide), a slew of the masterminds creating the dazzling campaigns, visual displays, and catchy slogans (trust us, those holiday ads are gonna be killer!), are nestled right here on our very own Market Street.

    Of course, after hitting the U.S. HQ of the LVMH-owned beauty behemoth, we weren't surprised to find out that Sephora's S.F.-based employees are super stylish to boot. Want to meet 'em? We've rounded up five best-dressed staffers to show us around its office (and surrounding area), dish on their get-pretty tips, and so much more. Prepare for plenty of beauty booty, right here.

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