The apparel selection includes an industrial shirt, loose fit shorts and work pants, all informed by heavy Dickies logos and coming in a variety of colors: gray, white, black and khaki. Worn on their own or interchangeably to form work sets, the pieces create a playful vision for what a new take on workwear could look like. Opening Ceremony then reworks the classic Timberland silhouette to sport Dickies logos on the upper back, coming in tan, black and pink colorways.
The models include Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, a hip-hop artist and activist, and Maria Osuda, founder of a modeling agency in Mexico City. Both work to bring about more diversity and inclusion in their communities, highlighting their Indigenous American and Mexican descents, respectively.
The apparel and boots are available for purchase in stores at Opening Ceremony and online at OpeningCeremony.com starting August 6. The apparel prices range from $185-$225 USD, and the boots are $180 USD.
In other news, Kid Cudi and Cactus Plant Flea Market dropped a new graphic shirt.
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We’ve partnered with two of our favorite American heritage brands, @dickies and @timberland on a limited edition, two part collection of RTW and footwear. Shop the full looks now — online and in stores! Stay tuned for a special BTS look at our models: musician and activist @xiuhtezcatl and Mexican casting agent @mariaosadoo — who are both working in their communities to foster change and widen inclusion and diversity.