The men’s collection, available immediately in Opening Ceremony stores and on its website, consists of six pieces made of brushed cotton to mimic flannel. The pieces, which range in price from $195 for pants to $220 for shirts, are sold separately but are intended to be worn as matching sets.
The first set is comprised of a navy button down with a leopard print panel trailing from the shoulder down to the waist. The pants reflect the top, with a navy foundation and a leopard print trim on the outer leg.
The second set is a sand-colored version of the first, and the third is entirely covered in leopard print.
The campaign for the collaboration was shot in New York City by Berlin-based photographer Davit Giorgadze and features two models mirroring each other’s outfits, underscoring the focus on coordination.
Both brands have a rich history of working together and mastering the art of the matching set. Their Spring/Summer 2019 capsule collection featured a pastel color palette of coordinating pieces, and their Fall/Winter 2018 cotton corduroy shirt jacket and pant collection was available in rose pink, burgundy and dusty blue.
Most recently, the brands partnered with Timberland on a unisex collection that featured crisp utility looks, bringing together two of the year’s biggest trends.