Carol Lim and Humberto Leon pay homage to illustrator Syd Mead, known for his science fiction film work, with this jacquard shift knit with one of the conceptual designer’s futuristic scenescapes.
36″ length (size Medium).
Slips on over head.
80% cotton, 20% viscose.
By Opening Ceremony; imported.
Opening CeremonyInspired by American currency, this lightweight knit tank creates a sense of movement with a kinetic pattern based on guilloche, a spiraling motif found on banknotes. Color (s) : black. Brand: OPENING CEREMONY. Style Name: Opening Ceremony Jacquard Knit Top. Style Number: 5154069. Available in stores.$164.98
Opening CeremonySemi-sheer insets at the hips and sultry cutouts in back provide an edgy update to this figure-forming midi dress with a playful texture that highlights the sheath silhouette. Color (s) : plum purple. Brand: OPENING CEREMONY. Style Name: Opening Ceremony Textured Knit Midi Dress. Style Number: 5235422. Available in stores.$284.98
Opening CeremonyOpening 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.Opening Ceremony's Fall/Winter 2016 collection is designed for a moment not so distant from our present. Collaborating with Syd Mead, the artist behind the iconic images from films like Blade Runner and Tron, the lineup incorporates digitally printed illustrations from the visual futurist's archives, while familiar workwear silhouettes ground innovative prints and textures inspired by cityscapes.- Syd Mead print- Jacquard knit- Round neck- Ribbed collar and cuffs- Midi- 80% cotton, 20% viscose$375.00