Recently, our friend Filth flew 1,000 miles to West Palm Beach to meet 81-year-old Rosalind “Roz” Guttman. The two had been playing the online game Words with Friends together for over a year and built an unlikely friendship. Filth was initially impressed with Roz played the word “phat” in an early game, while the retiree was impressed with the “masterful alliteration” in Filth’s username, “FUCKFACEFILTH,”. The two had lunch on Filth’s arrival to Florida and Roz showed Filth around her neighborhood, they shared stories and laughs that solidified their friendship.
The first release of our 3-part Fall/Winter '17 collection is now available online. Featuring essential garments like an assortment of new graphic T-shirts, hooded sweaters, caps, everyday socks and nostalgic key chains. Parts 2 and 3 will be releasing in the following weeks. Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter and stay updated with everything we've got goin' on. Photographs by Kristian Acosta
A new Felt collection is now available exclusively at all Opening Ceremony stores, just in time to wrap summer '17 up. New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo OC stores will carry the new pieces. Check them out in-store & Online. Read more about the collection over on their blog.
Earlier this year we teamed up with our good friends over at Bonsoir to host a pop up shop and installation at the FSCJ Kent Campus Gallery in Jacksonville, Florida. Titled "In Full Swang" the entire collaboration was rooted in our love of jazz music and the influence of John Coltrane's music in particular. Simple and to the point, this entire collection was made for the joy of getting to know the people that are touched by what we do. Photographs by Eddie Castro and Sebastian Rodriguez A post shared by b. (@bonsoir.us) on Jun 1, 2017 at 3:34pm PDT
Earlier this year, we had the opportunity to go out to Tokyo, Japan and host our "Life Isn't So Bad" pop up shop in collaboration with H33M at Pot Of Gold. A 6-piece capsule collection was released exclusively through Pot Of Gold located in 所在地/150-0001 東京都渋谷区神宮前5-28-7 1F - About a 5 minute walk from the Shibuya station and 10 minutes from the Harajuku Station. During our two week trip we shot through over 15 disposable cameras, catching some great memories along the way. Each camera was used by everyone in our group, so every photo was shot through a different eye. Together, our collection of...