Reyn Spooner for Opening Ceremony Goes Tutti Frutti
Opening Ceremony collaborations are tried and true; it could not have been different with the honest to goodness Hawaiian shirt manufacturer Reyn Spooner. The two joined forces in 2020 and it seems it wasn’t their first and last hurrah, they continued a joint brainstorming for another luau party. The two big hitters went to the well recycling their notorious motifs of hibiscus flowers, pineapples and hula girl prints laced with a Mid-American 60’s tone.
The summer of 2020 shows a rich harvest of fruits as far as print designs are concerned, their orchard collection is also jumping to the bandwagon being inspired by floating tropical fruits and crooked botanical flowers. OC’s endeavor doesn’t abate here; they rummaged among Spooners’ time-stained archive patterns, crawling out of the woodwork vintage linen postcards and sailboat prints beloved by our dad’s once.
Speaking of the old pop, let’s have a dig in the garden… At the first blush you already feel the muggy air of the button downs, all the blame falls to the lyrical leafage presentations and stupefying botanical garden imagery. The surf culture/preppy american silhouettes haven’t lost any of their charm bringing to mind rascally alumni where at by right gets a brownie point from us. In the attention of the kids…don’t saw in the air with your Ninja sword, the pineapples are already chopped up and served on the shirts.
The abundance of fruit crops overflows the women’s range as well, next in line would be the ultra feminine coco shirt dress, full to the brim with vitamins, which just makes you want to grab your straw and have a sip from the luscious fruit shake. Majored in short sleeves and double pocketed button-ups, the creator of the Spooner Kloth applies its refined haberdashery skills with an equal ease also in women sewing patterns.
Definite and yet playful dresses are daring you to wear’em out, embracing your body’s upper curves with plump and slinky cuttings, finishing in flared and waving skirts, so whether you want it or not, a jiggling sailboat or your undamped ardor for spinning will make the dresses swing. Extend your summer days with these fruitilicious bits from Reyn Spooner x Opening Ceremony collection; in case we weren’t convincing enough here’s a cheering push for you, in Italy “le vacanze” just started taking wings, a better motive as that turning from plain to Tutti Frutti?
Pick them up at openingceremony.us