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These Are the Most Surreal Birkenstocks of All Time

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2014 is the year of Belgium at Opening Ceremony and to celebrate, the cult favorite retailer tapped a dead painter for a capsule collection. Specifically, the Magritte Foundation helped OC incorporate the work of great 19th century Belgium surrealist René Magritte onto apparel and Birkenstocks. The lookbook itself was shot in the Magritte style, all images in unusual contexts and optical play. Prices for the apparel runs from $345 to $825. Ladies and gents can pre-order the collection through March 30 here and see all the looks below (with special props to the cray Birkenstocks for $170 to $185).

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