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A Lot of Pink Graffiti Happened to the Céline Flagship in Paris

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Graffiti artist Kidult spray painted a big "SK8" over the Céline flagship in Paris. Allegedly, it was because he didn't like the skateboards in Céline's spring 2011 ad campaign. In July, when High Snobiety asked him what the reaction was in Paris after he spray painted his tag over a bunch of other high-end luxury stores, he said: "In general, they misunderstood my 'hellos' on their boutiques."
· Kidult Responds to Céline Spring 2011 Skateboard Campaign [High Snobiety]