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A Sneak Peek Into Our L.A. Editor's Crave-Worthy Closet!

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    We aren’t questioning your R29 loyalty here, but let’s be real — we’re hoping by now you’ve at least wondered about the force behind the content you read on the reg. So, if you’ve ever wanted to know more about the woman behind the R29 Los Angeles curtain….today is your lucky day.

    Mega-stylish site, Closet Visit just lifted the (presumably Louis Vuitton) veil on L.A. editor Brenna Egan’s home. Closet Visit hits up inspiring closets (only by word-of-mouth) to give readers a sneak peek into the luxe lives of creative L.A.-based lasses, and we might be a little bit biased, but this is one of our faves (there's way more photos on CV btw).

    Photographer and artist Jeana Sohn captured our lovely L.A. lady in beyond-chic garb (we can’t take our eyes off of those leopard Charlotte Olympias), while chilling in her eclectic, printed-laden pad. Although, it’s not a total shocker Brenna has such an envious clothing collection — the former Vogue staffer and stylephile did spearhead an online vintage shop, Chic and You Shall Find after all — we still have a major case of closet envy. We dare you not to to feel a touch of green as well.

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