Check Out The Opening Ceremony ‘Spring Breakers’ Collaboration

Fri, March 22, 2013 3:28pm EST by 1 Comment

Not only does the highly-anticipated flick come out today, but the limited-edition collection based on the movie is also currently available. Read on for more details here!

If you’re excited for the release of Spring Breakers, than you’ll love the limited-edition capsule collection dreamed up by the movie’s costume designer in collaboration with Opening Ceremony — and the line is currently available now!

Spring Breakers costume designer, Heidi Bivens, helped dream up the line influenced by director Harmony Korine‘s film. The line represents each of the five main characters in the movie, with items that really reflect the film. Expect to see aliens, green dolphins and even a pink marijuana leaf inspired by Vanessa’s character. With prices ranging from $6-$90, there’s something for everyone in the collection.

From bikinis to towels, crop tops, mesh tanks and rubber bracelets, the collection does a great job at highlighting the major parts of the movie. The collaboration debuts Mar. 22 — the same day that the movie has a wide release! You can check out the collection right HERE if you want to scoop up an item to wear when you go see the flick. You can also shop the collection in the NYC and LA stores and in London and Tokyo, starting Apr. 5.

What do you think of the items?

Shimriya Richard

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Posted at 5:53 PM on March 22, 2013  


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