Take a peek at Chloë Sevigny's latest collaboration with Opening Ceremony — a
unisex collection she unveiled during London Fashion Week. “The
references are all over the map,” she told WWD. The line,
which she showed Sunday at the Double Club, was a “slight homage” to
one of her favorite designers, Miguel Adrover, said the actress, but it
also had dashes of what she called “gay lumberjack,” James Dean, preppy
New England and English punk. Highlights included skinny moleskin
trousers, Fair Isle, tiger and leopard-patterned knits, little tweed
blazers, dyed thermals and oversize jackets that fall past the hip. It
was conceived as a men’s collection that women could also wear.
at $95 for a fringed scarf and run to $945 for an overcoat. The line
will be carried at Opening Ceremony in New York and Los Angeles and
stores including Barneys, Colette and Dover Street Market.
Personally we think it's kinda fugly even on dudes. Seriously, we wants to dress like a man? We want to see celebrities wear clothes, not design them.
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