Opening Ceremony Resurrects Garbage Pail Kids for Capsule Collaboration

A limited edition drop showcasing the grotesque sticker designs.

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Debuting in 1985, the Garbage Pail Kids sticker line quickly took the world by storm by parodying Cabbage Patch Kids, one of the ’80s trendiest toys. The brainchild of alt-comics creators like Art Spiegelman, the line is still produced by Topps to this day. Commemorating the line’s legacy, Opening Ceremony teams up with Topps for a limited edition range of graphic goods, showcasing the gross-out artwork in all its glory. No “Adam Bomb” here, but figures include New Wave Dave, Creepy Carol and Furry Fran, all emblazoned on a range of pastel-colored tees & hoodies, accompanied by a thematic Opening Ceremony logo.

Shop the collection on Opening Ceremony’s website.

For more seasonal graphic drops, take a look at Cav Empt’s Fall/Winter 2018 delivery.

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