Opening Ceremony's "Action" Capsule Wants You to Join the Resistance
It’s time to “FIGHT” and “UNITE.”
Expect the trend of politics to only amplify in fashion. Some designers are approaching it a little more subtly, like Alessandro Michele — though that doesn’t take away from the impact. Then, there are Humberto Leon and Carol Lim who are being outright vocal about the resistance.
Opening Ceremony — a brand that has long championed diversity, inclusivity and global adversity — has released a collection to encourage activism within the current political climate. The “Action” capsule aims to empower with words like “FIGHT,” “PROTEST,” “UNITE,” and “CHANGE,” boldly printed across tees, tanks and hoodies. Ranging from $65 to $95 USD, shop the pieces exclusively at OC now.
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