By  on September 4, 2013

PARIS — If the Dior windows that just went up at the Saks Fifth Avenue flagship were a René Magritte painting, the winking title might be “This Is Not Surrealism.”

The French fashion house’s latest takeover of a major department store incorporates invisible mannequins and warped French moldings across 17 windows lining Fifth Avenue plus 49th and 50th Streets. They dovetail with the surrealist touches in the fall women’s ready-to-wear collection by Raf Simons. All other categories of Dior products — from men’s wear to fine jewelry — are also showcased.

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