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Cruise shows are known for their extravagant, far-flung set locations, and Dior might have just outdone every other brand this year. The company chose to show its resort collection at designer Pierre Cardin's "Palace of Bubbles" in France. Curbed explains that the architect behind the palace absolutely hated edges, so, as a result, the structure is made up of sphere after sphere that the models wound around and through for the Dior show. WWD notes, too, that the clothes themselves mirrored the location's playful aesthetic.
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