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Last year, the artist-architect duo Snarkitecture designed a white laser-cut Styrofoam cave for Richard Chai's BOFFO pop-up shop under the High Line. Now, Dior has tapped the artist half of the team for another fashion project. Daniel Arsham's fiberglass sculptures, which look like white cloth frozen in space and time, just appeared in the fashion house's 57th Street boutique. Over the next few weeks, they'll also be unveiled in Dior's Paris and Milan stores.
· Richard Chai's Building Fashion Pop-up Is the Best One Yet
· Draping Beauty [WWD]
· Daniel Arsham [Official Site]