This, truly, is one of the coolest concepts we’ve seen in the art world in a long minute. Olloclip, creators of mobile-photography technology, are putting on an art show in Orange County that is worth looking into  — perhaps with a magnifying glass. The show’s theme is nothing big, literally, baring the bold but teensy title […]

30 Aug
Keds Camp Oxford with a French toile print twist

What makes these super limited edition Keds for Opening Ceremony sneakers special are the French “toile” print embellishments on the fabric. Usually the stuff of cliched grandmas the world over, the toile prints here get a twist via artist Richard Saja, who re-contextualizes the artform with his own particular sense of humor. As Opening Ceremony […]

Opening Ceremony and Pendleton Woolen Mills have combined to bring to the world the hippest picnic/camping blanket known to mankind. Yes, to the naked eye it may seem like an average wool blanket, but at closer examination the Yakima Camp Blnkt has got all the details to fulfill a hipster’s most potent picnic fantasies: it’s […]

15 Apr
Tailored pjs for the distinguished sleeper

What do you get when the best of the West designs for the best of the East? Why, pajamas of course. It’s been many a moon since I’ve regularly rocked pjs to bed (since moving out of mom’s house, basically), but seeing these pure cotton creations makes me want to revisit my stance on the […]

16 Mar
Opening Ceremony's S/S Varsity Jackets

Opening Ceremony has just released two new Varsity Jackets for Spring/Summer 2010. One is a two-tone jacket with a khaki/navy color combination, and the other is a sleek gray suede looking jacket with a reversible plaid printed side on the other, as shown above. Regrettably they are also priced at a hefty $435 and $520, […]