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Dior's partnership with German artist Anselm Reyle started with a single makeup palette and nail polishes which debuted at Art Basel Miami. Now, the line has expanded to include everything from handbags to shoes to chairs and even a plant holder. They're all covered in Reyle's camo prints, which come in several color combinations so bright that you almost need sunglasses to look at the pieces. There are also manicurists on hand to give free camo-print manis to customers who spend over $100 on goodies from the collection.
Outside, the windows play up the neon elements, putting the fabrics against black for maximum effect. Several also featured rapidly changing images that flashed between graphics, logos, and images from the collection.
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