Art/Culture/Fashion? – when ART and FASHION collide

MAGRITTE MOMENT

Two young designers pay homage to the surrealist with a new collaboration at “Opening Ceremony”.  Opening Ceremony is one of the fashion world’s holy grails – a cult destination shop on a par with 10 Corso Como in Milan, Colette in Paris and Dover Street Market in London, with branches in LA and Tokyo.

bazaar3Humberto Leon and Carol Lim had their heads in the clouds for their new collaboration with the Magritte Foundation. The duo’s favorite paintings by the surrealist adorn clothing of their own design, as well as shoes by Vans, Birkenstock, and Manolo Blanik.

“Opening Ceremony is featuring all things Belgium this year, so it was the perfect moment to celebrate the world of René Magritte,” say the designers. “We’re lifelong fans.”

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Opening Ceremony was founded in 2002 by two friends from UC Berkeley, Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, as a place to share their passions for travel, art, and fashion. Inspired by a trip to Hong Kong, the two decided to leave their jobs in corporate fashion to realize their unique dream. What began as a single store on a quiet street in downtown New York is now a global community with outposts in New York, London, and Los Angeles, a department store in Tokyo, a wholesale showroom, an in-house clothing line, a blog, an e-commerce site, a TV channel, and an annual magazine.

Opening Ceremony & Magritte dress, $545; Opening Ceremony & Magritte shirt $375; Opening Ceremony & Magritte & Vans sneakers, $135, openingceremony.us. Source: Harpar’s Bazaar.

Please visit link to previous post – MoMa’s “Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary”: 

https://intrigueimports.wordpress.com/2013/09/22/seen-surreal-the-mystery-of-the-ordinary/

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