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Dior Enlists German Artist Anselm Reyle to Create a Makeup Palette

Dior Enlists German Artist Anselm Reyle to Create a Palette

If you want a chance at what may be 2012's most artistic beauty offerings, get in line for Dior's designer collaboration with German painter, sculptor and installationist Anselm Reyle. The Berlin-based artist is known for working with bright colours and unexpected materials like neon tubing and his violet camouflage eyeshadow palette for Dior echoes his aesthetic perfectly. It's all part of a larger Dior accessories collection Reyle designed, which includes handbags and camo-print sandals. The palette along with five nail lacquers in Reyle-inspired hues, will be feted at a private party during Art Basel Miami this week. Then the goods launch in January.

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