This summer get fresh with Spring Court for Opening Ceremony with these B2 M Grad Spring Court Shoes. Often accredited with being “the original white shoe”, the French tennis label has a long history on the world’s most prestigious tennis courts, as well as crossing the cover of Abbey Road with John Lennon. Spring Court has made a strong impact on the market with it’s classic sportif designs, and now with a collaboration for Opening Ceremony, and a dash of colour, they will surely be making an impact on this summer’s sidewalks. B2 M Grade Spring Court shoes are available now through Opening Ceremony.
What better way to start off summer than tie-dye shoes? Spring Court and Opening Ceremony have teamed up to bring you a casual canvas offering that’s ripe for playing in the sun. The ‘B2 Sneaker’ features an all white sole, toe, and laces with the upper heal fading into either a cool black or Popsicle blue. Grab ‘em before they melt.
The ‘B2 Sneaker’ is now available from Opening Ceremony
Boots can be hard to wear in the heat of spring and summer, so for its 2010 lineup, Opening Ceremony goes with some lightweight, all-weather pieces. Light colors and soft leather construction makes the lace-ups and low-cut boots practical for summer evenings, while heavy suedes and leather make the clunkier boots a great choice for the dying days of winter and early days of summer. Release is planned for January of 2010.
Riding high off its wildly popular collaboration with celebrity designer, Chloe Sevigny, Opening Ceremony hits us with a complete look at its spring / summer 2010 collection. The practicality and style featured here is just brilliant with shoes that draw inspiration from everything, from subdued red carpet offerings, to clunkers that look more rockabilly than Billy Reid. All told, a brilliant collection that should be a huge hit next year. Continue reading
Terence Koh, a New York-based, Chinese-Canadian artist, has collaborated with Converse and Opening Ceremony on a literally seamless reworking of the Chuck Taylor. His clean, minimalist design adds by subtracting. Says Koh: “I wanted to keep the DNA of the Chuck Taylor intact, while reducing the seams, and smoothing out the shoe’s surface as much as possible.” The antithesis of a chunky, neon throwback, Koh’s sleek sneaker is grounded in complimentary rather than domineering design principles.
Part of Converse’s 1HUND(RED) project, a portion of sales will fund the fight against AIDS in Africa. Cop quickly and rock with a clean conscience. Available at Opening Ceremony and other select retailers on November 21.
Opening Ceremony has a new (and exclusive) Timberland Collection that have been customized to perfection using unique products and old school sensibility.
The “convenience” boot is a take on the Classic Timberland (the one you see on every street corner and mall.) The difference here is the elastic band that acts a lace. This streamlines the boot and gives it a more modern feel. Choose from the piercing stone color or the classic “wheat” to match every casual outfit in your wardrobe.
Alongside “convenience” we have a boot made in the style of a moccasin. Seven metal loopholes, oil-tanned leather, and two different sets of laces compliment this boot that can pose as a “deck-shoe-in-disguise”, a moccasin, or a boot (in black and brown.) You pick the occasion.
The Opening Ceremony x Timberland collaboration has done the world good. Timberlands served for many years as a simple and classic footwear line that yielded a style like no other. However, with a bold move, the collaboration has left us with an updated and mature look. The Timberland name has been revamped and reengineered with a sophisticated moccasin boat shoe that makes sense at work or at the bar, and a solid slip-on shoe that uses changeable elastic laces. The Opening Ceremony x Timberland collaboration brings new life to a classic, and reminds us that sometimes a change to a classic piece of fashion just might cement that piece in the annals of time.
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