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Harper’s Bazaar to Launch French Edition

Megan Thee Stallion for Harper's Bazaar. Collier Schorr
Megan Thee Stallion for Harper's Bazaar. Collier Schorr

Harper’s Bazaar France will be published in both print and online. It will operate under a multi-year licensing between Hearst and Prisma Media, which publishes French titles including Femme Actuelle, Gala and Voici. Its first print edition will be published in March 2023, the same month that its website and digital properties will launch. Nine issues will be published in 2023, with that number set to increase to 10 the next year.

Olivier Lalanne has been named editor-in-chief of the new edition. Lalanne previously held the same role at both GQ France and Vogue Hommes, as well as the title of deputy editor at Vogue Paris, now Vogue France.

Harper’s Bazaar France will be the 28th edition of the magazine published globally, and is just the latest international push for Hearst Magazines International. Earlier this year, Hearst announced the debut of Harper’s Bazaar Italy.

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