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Last June, Dior has collaborated with British sculptor and visual artist Marc Quinn to create limited edition pieces of the brand’s iconic Lady Dior bag for the opening of their newly open boutique in London. Dior has continued this special project, with six more British and American artists for the Dior Lady Art collection. The limited edition pieces will be unveiled at Art Basel Miami on November 29, 2016. A maximum of 100 pieces will be created for each style, with prices ranging from $360.00 for a card holder up to $11,500.00 for the Lady Dior Mink bag. Aside from Quinn’s oil paintings, the designs includes monochrome metallic paintings by Jason Martin, frog painting by Chris Martin and flying cars by Matthew Porter.
A pop-up store will soon open on December 1, 2016 at Beverly Hills until February 2017. Other launches includes Avenue Montaigne – Paris, New Bond Street – London, Mall of the Emirates – Dubai and China World – Beijing.
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