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Opening Ceremony Goes Futuristic for 'Her' Collection

The collaboration, inspired by Spike Jonze's upcoming film, now is available.
SHOP ONLINE: Opening Ceremony's "Her" collaboration is available.
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Opening Ceremony is back at it again with director Spike Jonze for a capsule collection inspired by his upcoming film, Her. 

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The range, featuring pieces for men and women, is inspired by the film, which stars Joaquin Phoenix as a man named Theodore Twombly who falls in love with a computer operating system (voiced by Scarlett Johansson). Inspoired in part by Twombly's signature button-up shirts and high-waisted pants in bold and neutral colors, the Her collection  features color-blocked sweatshirts, trousers in pastels and charcoals, patch-pocket jackets, quilted shearling coats and cool printed tees featuring scenes from the film. The pieces, priced between $105 and $450, are  available at Opening Ceremony's website as well as its boutiques in Los Angeles and New York.

This isn't the first time OC founders Humberto Leon and Carol Lim have collaborated with pal Jonze, as they also released a collection for the director's 2009 fantasy drama Where the Wild Things Are.

Her, named Best Film by the National Board of Review on Wednesday, hits theaters Dec. 18.

 

 

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