Chloe Sevigny juxtaposed vintage with retro details for her fall 2013 Opening Ceremony collection and the result is definitely worth checking out, so browse through the designs after the jump!
The Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony fall 2013
collection is all about 'sixties meet the nineties'. The result
of the ongoing collaboration has been revealed for the world to see
during New York Fashion Week and we just love everything that has
to do with the label.
It seems that fashion as she was growing up had a great impact on actress Chloë Sevigny as she has admitted to turning towards the nineties for inspiration each time she creates. "Every collection is a nod back to my teen years. It's very narcissistic", said Chloë in an interview with style.com and this means only one thing: her designs are meant to spark new trends not follow them and this is just exactly what fashionistas love right now!
The Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony fall 2013 collection brings elements of the sixties and of the nineties, mashing them to create a collection that suits the contemporary honeys that don't fear fashion. Her black multicolored crystal embellished pullover takes us back to Anna Wintour's first Vogue cover which opened the era of the supermodels and which revealed the first ever casual cover featuring a model donning a similar pullover and a pair of stylish denims. On the opposite side, the sixties elements are made highly visible through the numerous A-line dresses, vintage looking peacoats, under the knee cut pencil skirts striped T-shirts and timeless chic head scarves.
A slight nautical vibe is exuded by some of the designs included in Chloë Sevigny's Open Ceremony fall 2013 collection, so if you're looking to upgrade your style this fall all while taking a vintage/retro approach to style, this is definitely a collection that can help you achieve your goal!
Photos via style.com