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NYFW: Opening Ceremony x Chloë Sevigny Captures the Spirit of the ’60s

By Stephanie Smith-Strickland

February 12, 2013

The spirit of the 1960s came alive in Chloë Sevigny‘s fifth collection for Opening Ceremony. Capturing the revolutionary soul of an unforgettable era through black, cream, red, brown, and baby blue color palettes, the brand’s fall/winter 2013-2014 collection successfully created a sense of nostalgia. Utilizing authentic ’60s era fabrics like PVC, vinyl, cotton shirting, and even custom gingham flannels, the youthful energy of the era was reinterpreted with Sevigny’s modern touches. Wide collared A-line jackets, voluminous pockets, babydoll dresses, micro-minis, and mock collars punctuate the collection.

This season also featured a collaboration with bodywear designer Emilio Cavallini, which saw the addition of ditsy print and ribbon lace jacquard tights. And Sevigny created a special line of enameled pins, all featuring activists’ icons — very appropriate for any modern day revolutionary in the making.

The collection will be available at the Opening Ceremony retail stores in New York (35 Howard St New York, NY 10013), Los Angeles, and Tokyo.

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