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It’s 2015, and ’90s nostalgia is almost at critical mass. Humberto Leon and Carol Lim from Opening Ceremony got in on the action, but rather than fall into a Reality Bites k-hole, the pair took the work of their longtime friend (and collaborator) Spike Jonze as inspiration. Using troves of Jonze’s photography from the decade, collages of snapshots appeared on button ups, jacquard patterns evoked his contact sheets, and the Kodak logo landed on some t-shirts. On the whole, however, the collection erred towards the minimal side with cropped culottes, calf-skimming skirts, asymmetric ribbed knits, and cozy faux fur outerwear options. You could feel the ’90s below the surface, but a lot of looks had a timeless appeal.
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