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Just in time for the fashion folk's arrival at Art Basel Miami comes Christian Dior's first-ever pop-up shop. It's located in the heart of Miami's Design District, is 3,100 square feet big, and includes a nail salon in the back offering free afternoon manicures. There's also a food truck parked outside that will be serving up coffee and French pastries from noon to 1pm, and it's covered in camo. Other upcoming events will include a photo booth, DJ shifts from Harley Viera Newton and Mia Moretti, pinball, foosball, and more.
The pop up coincides with Dior's collaboration with German artist Anselm Reyle, who recently did a series of camo-covered Dior accessories that showed at Paris Fashion Week this year. They'll be available at the pop-up, of course, and if the print looks familiar, it's probably because it's repeated on that food truck.
· Christian Dior Opens First Pop-Up Shop [WWD]
· Dior Collaborates With Daniel Arsham on NY, Paris, Milan Displays [Racked]