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COLOR CHART: Isabel Marant is showing her true colors. The French designer set up a theater-like pop-up boutique inside the Joyce Gallery in Paris.

The vibrant installation, a patchwork of geometric shapes and vivid colors, offers a playful sneak peek at Marant’s spring-summer 2015 collection.

Conceived by Arnold Goron, a set designer, sculptor and illustrator whose list of clients and collaborators includes Aurélie Bidermann and Levi’s, the unit is slated to remain open until Jan. 3.

In the meantime, Marant revealed plans to set up two permanent shops in the U.S., which she called “a very important market for us, now representing one third of sales, on par with Europe and Asia.”

“We will open a store in the Jackson district in San Francisco in the spring and move into the Miami Design District in Dec. 2015,” she announced.

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