Opening Ceremony has debuted its annual, limited-edition magazine — OC Annual. With the content to revolve around a certain theme each year, the inaugural issue focuses on Sports for the Olympic year. “With imagery and text by both iconic and up-and-coming photographers, artists, and writers, the magazine features a range of incredible, athletic content.” Look for OC Annual to also come in a unique iPad application, featuring exclusive content captured by Bruce Weber, Poppy de Villeneuve, and a host of artists. The print magazine is available now in limited numbers through Opening Ceremony.
If you haven’t chosen your top destinations for next week’s Fashion’s Night Out, you may want to check out Opening Ceremony as they’re dropping some FNO exclusives worth picking up. The most notable are these four bags from Jansport. They’re made with original weathered nylon fabrics, antique brass zippers and adjustable seat belt shoulder straps.
We’ve reported on some top-notch collaborations for Fall 2011 and this one between Opening Ceremony and Rodarte is ranking pretty high, folks. The styles are well-cut and extremely wearable with a good blend of warmer fabrics and muted hues. The imagery, captured by Autumn de Wilde, is captivating with its Scandinavia-inspired dream sequence.
After the successful launch of Reyn Spooner for Opening Ceremony last month, OCTV is pleased to present its newest video, ‘22′ directed by Gia Coppola. Featuring pieces from OC’s partnership with iconic Hawaiian brand Reyn Spooner, the film traces a group of LA kids as they have some serious teenage dream fun in the sun.
Iconic Hawaiian brand Reyn Spooner has teamed up with New York-based retailer Opening Ceremony for a limited edition capsule collection. The lineup features eight long and short-sleeve shirts produced in Hawaii as well as men’s shorts and even a few pieces for the ladies. Archival Reyn Spooner fabric was used to make every piece and was selected by OC and Reyn Spooner from a range of vintage cotton and rayon prints from different eras.
Reyn Spooner for Opening Ceremony is available now at Opening Ceremony locations in New York, Los Angeles, at the Ace Hotel in New York and online at www.openingceremony.us. Shirts retail from $130 to $150 while the shorts are $170.
Warriors of Radness had a tremendous 2010 and it seems they’ve picked up right where they left off this year. We’ve gotten the word about their collaboration with Opening Ceremony for a capsule collection entitled, “Beach Crew!”. The collection features gear for both men and women and ranges in product from tank tops and t-shirts to crewneck sweaters and more.
Band of Outsiders’ Scott Sternberg recently designed a trio of neckties for the Opening Ceremony x Lane Crawford pop-up collaboration in Hong Kong. The square-end ties come in three distinct Indian madras prints.
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Opening Ceremony’s Iven features a distressed leather shell with characteristics unique to each shoe. “Moody hues mix with a traditional silhouette for a look that is not only vivid, but versatile.
Levi’s and Opening Ceremony are collaborating for the third time to bring us the Levi’s Chambray for Opening Ceremony collection which looks to shed light on one of Levi’s most iconic and classic looks. Levi’s has been building its iconic work wear shirts out of sturdy cotton chambray for over a century and this collaboration takes the offering further than ever before. Levi’s has created a collection that uses multiple colors of light-weight and buttery-soft premium Japanese chambray in addition to the traditional blue chambray and durable two-by-one denim. By the way, Terry Richardson was brought into take the shots (more after the jump).
Items in the Levi’s Chambray by Opening Ceremony collection range from $175 – $300 and will be available beginning this month during New York Fashion Week at Levi’s stores and Levi.com, as well as Opening Ceremony stores, OpeningCeremony.com and select boutiques worldwide.