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Dior Architect Disses Diesel

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"Nobody, nobody walks into a store and wants to see a runway video playing," Peter Marino, the architect of the new Dior flagship in New York City, told the Times' Cathy Horyn. "Runway videos, he said, 'are super low-end, like a Diesel store.'" [On the Runway]