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By Tiffany Yannetta, September 10th, 2010
We’ve already told you of a few of our Fashion’s Night Out destinations (here, here and here), but we couldn’t resist throwing in a few more. Cause after all, you can’t just hit up one party. Whether you’re in the mood to shop, and snag limited edition goods you can’t grab anywhere else, or just hang out at a good-old fashioned party, there’s something for everyone throughout the whole city. Check out some places we’re looking to swing by tonight.
By Eva Medoff, August 31st, 2010
The latest in the Keds’ collaborations are the “French Edition” pairs for Opening Ceremony. The kicks feature two quintessentially French patterns, the sailor boat stripe and the landscape-strewn “Toile de Jouy,” updated with playful twists. The wide-striped navy and cream boat shoe features bright red laces, while artist Richard Saja took an unconventional approach with the other pattern, the Marie Antoinette-esque 1700s print generally reserved for pillows and curtains.
By Tiffany Yannetta, May 13th, 2010
Opening Ceremony is no newcomer when it comes to quirky downtown fashion, and by the looks of it, Fall 2010 is gearing up to follow suit (so far, we can’t wait for their upcoming metallic wedges to hit Howard Street). On the heels of that same indie girl style is Natascha Stolle, an American-born, London local, who’s mixing it up the same way over across the Pond, as well as a few lucky stores over here in the States. Have a look at what we’re already eyeing up for fall.