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Can't Make It to Art Basel? Shop These Creative Collaborations Instead!

Thanks to Art Basel, now in its 11th year, Miami Beach has become somewhat of a hub for collectors, curators and fashion insiders alike. With celeb-packed parties and dinners held each night of its several-day-long run, to say nothing of the myriad designer pop-ups and gallery shows, Basel's the place to be this weekend—particularly if you like your performance pieces and video installations with a side order of tan.

Of course, not all of us are able to drop everything and jet off to South Beach during the busy month between Thanksgiving and Christmas/Chanukah. But luckily, some of our favorite fashion brands have teamed up with Basel's most buzzed-about artists to offer special-edition merch you can order from home. So even if you can't debut your new purchases poolside at the Shore Club, you can still get in on a little bit of that Art Basel fun. Click through to start shopping!

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Clover Canyon's Rozae Nichols knows her way around a colorful print—and we're loving her new capsule for Scoop NYC. Incorporating the text-based works of Alexandra Grant, Nichols and her team created a neoprene dress and several tops inspired by the artist's dazzling paintings. Plus, 10% of sales will go to LA><ART, a nonprofit contemporary art space in Los Angeles.
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Paul Kasmin Gallery artist Deborah Kass joined forced with Edition01 to splash some of her famous graphics on StyleMint's ultra-soft tees and dresses. They're already available at The Standard Hotel in Miami—but starting December 10, you can snap up the pieces for yourself at StyleMint.com and Edition01.com.


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This photo-print tee, created in honor of photographer Kelly Klein's new book Pools: Reflections, is launching exclusively at Miami boutique The Webster during Art Basel. Designed by ATM's Tony Melillo, the unisex basic features a Jean Pigozzi-shot portrait that appears in Klein's latest tome. Proceeds will go to AIDS research organization ACRIA.
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Inspired by the beauty of Miami, Maria Cornejo snapped an iPhone pic of the city's palm-tree-studded skyline—and used it in her Resort 2013 collection! While not an artist collaboration per se, we can't imagine a better way to show some love for SoFla.

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