Opening Ceremony and Timberland Sneak Peek

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One of New York’s premier boutique’s; Opening Ceremony, recently came together with Timberland to create a class winter boot collaboration. As for this sneak peek, three different pairs are show. Two pairs of class 6′ inch boots, with thick elastic lace and a four eyelet lace. The two pairs are soon going to be available in a light beige, and original “butter” colorway. The third pair is a pair of dark drown oxford or moccasin high-top boat boot. They will be available as special editions on Monday.
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Just in at Opening Ceremony HQ: samples from our latest collaboration, Opening Ceremony x Timberland. Timberland is a brand that has been a part of my nostalgic childhood. I used to wear my classic yellow Timberlands with gray slacks and button ups in high school because I didn’t want to wear sneakers, and my Timberlands seemed to work for the semi-formal look that I was really into. They also allowed me to do any athletic events without changing shoes, and quickly became part of my go-to for concert outfits.

When this collaboration came about, we wanted to take two routes. We decided to do a super classic moccasin boat shoe in great colors, and also re-introduce this easy slip on shoe with changeable elastic laces from Timberland’s archives. The elastic system on this shoe brings this classic that took me through high school back for 2009. Thanks Timberland.

Keep your eyes peeled for when this limited edition exclusive hits stores on Monday!

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Mike B.

Born and bred in Pittsburgh, PA, been intimately involved with fashion for years, it is a natural passion and large part of life.

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