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In addition to garlands, party hats, blindfolds, and party necklaces, the duo makes large geometrically shaped piñatas, which are covered in hand-cut fringe made from tissue paper or Mylar. This one was made for a celebratory Cinco de Mayo window installation at the New York store Opening Ceremony last year. "You think oh, it’s just a piñata, but if you go to, say, Walmart, they’re made really differently and look completely different," says Andersen. "This is our dream of what a piñata should be."