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Gucci's New York Flagship Gets "Tagged" by GucciGhost

It’s a social media dream.

With the help of graffiti artist Trouble Andrew – aka GucciGhostGucci‘s Fifth Avenue store has been “tagged” in celebration of its recent collaboration with the artist. For 2016 fall, GucciGhost’s designs pop up on a number of runway looks so it was only fitting the artist’s work would show up on one of Gucci’s stores. The Fifth Avenue installation was unveiled on Wednesday after a crew of artists worked overnight. Check out the time-lapse below and make sure to head over to the corner of 56th and Fifth before October 1 to snap a pic.

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