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High-end fashion photog Mario Testino and high-end fashion e-tailer Net-a-Porter collaborated on a 40-piece limited-edition collection of clothing, jewelry, and bags. The concept sounds as high-end, naturally: The pieces "feature enlarged and abstract sections of Testino's latest photographic exhibition, 'Alta Moda,' a series of photographs of Peruvians wearing traditional attire," according to Elle. Look for the wearable art in the form of t-shirts for $200, caftans for $275, and clutches for $150 starting in June. [Elle]