opening ceremony x adidas originals

Opening Ceremony have collaborated with adidas Originals
on a FW12 capsule collection to launch the London Olympics in style,
and also to celebrate Opening Ceremony’s first London store. I am a
definite fan of this super cool collab!







Diggin’ the 90s + sport-luxe vibe to these pieces; it’s like 90s street attitude
had a baby with swimming and cycling to produce bold florals and paisleys
and bright colours blended with, according to OC, ‘dynamic’ fabrics: you’ve got
dry-swim spandex, neoprene, nylon twills, and reflective finishes married
to incredibly crisp & sleek cuts.

This collection will be available next month so keep your eyes out for when it
hits stores (and probably blogger & celeb wardrobes!)

Shot by Josh Olins and styled by Jay Massacret, the campaign features models
Xiao Wen Ju, Camille Rowe, Jordan Torres, and Shane Gibson.

What do you guys think? Do these pieces translate to everyday wear?

x x Stace

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images from openingceremony.us

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5 thoughts on “opening ceremony x adidas originals

  1. It'll take a brave and stylish person to pull off this collection as everyday streetwear in my opinion. Also with the use of paisley patterns, there will probably people out they saying this is promoting gang related crimes :s hope this doesn't turn into another Jeremy Scott shackles sneakers incident!

    Dylan
    http://dylanisrestless.blogspot.com.au

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  2. Love the colours and prints in these pieces! I could see one being worn on it's own, but would take a special someone to pull0off a full outfit of it IMHO 🙂

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