Dickies 1922 has partnered with Opening Ceremony on a limited-edition capsule collection. The five-piece, unisex collection includes work shirts (in black and white), double-knee pants (in black and khaki), and gray 13-inch shorts – all covered in the Dickies logo creating a fresh and fun futuristic vision of workwear.
Capping off the apparel collab is a streetwear-inspired Timberland x Dickies x Opening Ceremony Field Boot collection. Timberland’s classic silhouette and sturdy waterproof profile welcomes Dickies’ famous ox collar logo in a way that only Opening Ceremony can interpret for one of the season’s most unique collections. The Waterbuck Field Boot is 100 percent suede, comes in beige and black and is designed to be durable, look clean and reverberate a contemporary approach. A women’s version of the boot is also available in black and pink (pink is exclusive to Opening Ceremony). Additional features include removable anti-fatigue footbeds for all-day comfort and rubber lug outsoles.
Both launches are featured in imagery shot outdoors in Brooklyn boasting Xiuhtezcatl (pron. “shoo-tez-cat”) Martinez and Maria Osuda. Xiuhtezcatl is of Indigenous American descent, a hip-hop artist and the youth director of Earth Guardians, a non-profit organization of young/adolescent climate change activists. Maria founded Güerxs based in Mexico City, a modeling agency that highlights indigenous faces and people of color redefining how Mexico sees beauty.
Both the logo capsule and field boots are now available at Opening Ceremony stores worldwide and online at OpeningCeremony.com. Prices range from $185 for the shorts, $195 for the workshirts, $225 for the pants, to $140-$180 for the boots.