Opening Ceremony Relaunches DKNY’s Archival Items From The 90′s
Opening Ceremony x DKNY Collaboration
Miss the 90′s fashion? Opening Ceremony is bringing back the 15 DKNY’s archival items from the early 90′s. The revival collection consists of prints and brand logos on tees, cropped jacket, leggings, bodysuit, hooded jumpsuit, a slim tight sport dress, and more. The items pulled from 1991, 1992’, and 1994 collections also feature the New York cityscapes and the stars and stripe-printed brand logo.
The collection is all about the 90′s New York and sporty style. The clothes comes in black and white with pops of bright colors.
DKNY was a pioneer of streetwear fashion in the Nineties. We have been longtime fans of the brand and were very excited to bring back select, quintessential styles that feel fresh even today,
Carol Lim of Opening Ceremony told WWD.
The retailer tapped models Vashtie Kola and Cara Delevingne to star in the ad campaign for the collection. The campaign was shot in black and white with the bright outfits featured in colored shots. The models wore the wedged sneakers with their sporty 90′s looks which made for stylish outfits.
I have always loved Opening Ceremony. They’re unique and creative point of view mixed with Nineties throwbacks are very reminiscent of DKNY’s core DNA. They were a natural partner to reissue iconic styles from our early years,
said executive vice president of design for DKNY, Jane Chung.
The collection will definitely resonate with the sport-inspired wear enthusiasts and the 90′s era fans with all the hooded jackets, brand logos and New York cityscape prints. The collection has already launched and is available in the Opening Ceremony stores and online. The items come priced from $145 to $665.Take a look at the outfits in the gallery to see what the brand chose to reissue. What do you think of the outfits?
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