Courtesy Photo: Opening Ceremony
The latest collection for Opening Ceremony embraces some of next season’s trends while displaying uniquely styled silhouettes that are eclectic and bold. The result is something très special: ethereal and whimsical, with pieces that are versatile and can be adapted for different occasions.
Shot by photographer Tim Barber, the lookbook illustrates an air of modernity, yet has a subtle distinguishable vintage flair.
Styled by Sara Moonves, the production creates contemporary looks that combine modern elements to classic go to pieces.
The line offers balanced yet some unexpected style suggestions that are bolder than others.
Knee high and ankle socks are a great reference to the alluring school girl style while short dresses are an alternative for daring women who aren’t afraid to show off their features.
The juxtaposition of tomboy meets ladylike attire presents collared babydoll dresses, crisp and clean blouses, and monotone loose fit pants. Inspired by the major music festivals of the world, there are edgier pieces like crop tops, metallic silver pants, and off-the-shoulder bodycon dresses.
Opening Ceremony has inspired us to be young and playful, with items like silk shifts decorated with cat faces and flirty plaid miniskirts. The collection features an extensive palette of vivid primary colors – electric greens, reds, blues, and yellows.
The Opening Ceremony Spring Summer collection will be available in stores starting in February 2012.[nggallery id=100]