Opening Ceremony Wraps the Reebok Classic Leather in Floral Print

Coming with a satin jacquard upper.

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Fresh from linking up with Vans and Birkenstock, Opening Ceremony has revealed its latest collaborative footwear release. The new capsule sees the retailer take on the Reebok Classic Leather sneaker, which has been reworked to feature an all-over floral printed satin jacquard fabric.

The silhouette is available in either black or red, and features Opening Ceremony branding on the tongue and interchangeable laces. Take a look at the Opening Ceremony x Reebok Classic Leather collaboration in the gallery above, and expect both colorways to hit Opening Ceremony physical stores and web store on December 13 before getting a global release on December 17.

In related news, Reebok also recently linked up with BEAMS and NEEDLES.

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