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For its spring 2013 show, Louis Vuitton collaborated with artist Daniel Buren on a mod installation that included yellow-and-white checkered floors, stripes, and models paired up on escalators. Afterwards, they collaborated on the ad campaign. Now, Buren has lent his talents to the Louis Vuitton store windows, which debuted uptown yesterday along with the launch of the spring collection. Stop by the Fifth Avenue store to have a look at both.
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