Retail: Opening Ceremony Resort

The influential retailer rings in the new year with their first-ever resort swimwear collection.


Instead of snow and sparkles for the new year, Opening Ceremony opted for sun and sand with the release of their first-ever resort swimwear collection. Three essential, on-trend, super-flattering silhouettes comprise the collection: a triangle top with hipster, balconette with mid-rise bottom, and an underwire maillot. Windblown wildflowers, pressed roses and black-and-white blooms decorate the retro-minimalist suits against a ground of citrus hues and moody darks. Subtly sweet with an edgy undercurrent, these suits are just the right antidote for the transition from winter wonderland to island paradise.

To shop this collection, as well as current resort offerings from Chloe Sevigny for OC and Pret-a-Surf, visit openingceremony.com.


Retail: Opening Ceremony Resort
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