Opening Ceremony has caught the shutterbug as they teamed up with photographer, Spike Jonze, not only for their New York Fashion Week show, which doubled as a photography exhibition, but also for the collection itself. 

Skate culture diffused the collection, which still retained the refinement of rich texture and on point tailoring. Loose pants sat low on the hips and relaxed belts swung above the knee. Utility jackets in camels and navy shades with oversized pockets, were styled with the same long-line belt treatment. 

Mixed prints introduced a new layer of complexity that was nicely accented by photographic (courtesy of Jonze) and Kodak (Opening Ceremony's show printing partner) designs. The season's it cut – the cropped flair pant – made up the fashion cornerstone of the collection.