Opening Ceremony S/S 2010 Lookbook

I was gonna spend my week away from work doing all sorts of creative things like photographing d.i.y. projects and making tons of photoshop graphics to show off on the blog, but unfortunately plans changed when the ibook I've used for years finally died. Goodbye photoshop. We've ordered a new computer and all, but I'm afraid it won't arrive til after my vacation is over when all of my creative free time has passed. Perhaps this was the universes way of telling me to get away from photoshop for the week? I guess my ideas will have to wait.

In the meantime, I'll show you more things that I found and fell in love with on the internet
(which are way better than any content I could've created myself).

Opening Ceremony Spring/Summer 2010... oh how I love you. Everything here seems to fit my personality lately: minimal color, neutrals, very earthy with a light touch of romance. I really can't wait to recreate these looks, and I couldn't crave the spring weather more than I do now. It's freeeezing no matter where I am!

To read an interview with the photographer: Opening Ceremony
Source: Vain and Vapid


la fille dans la forĂȘt said...

I love that first dress!

M. said...

this is a gorgeous lookbook, I just posted Pendleton for Opening Ceremony's lookbook!


Jen said...

i absolutely love opening ceremony. and i'm sorry about your ibook :( hopefully your new computer arrives soon!

Amanda said...

I love those outfits.
And I'm slightly jealous of that model's hair. Maybe because it looks all wispy and spring-like. Which makes me wish for spring even more!

ChYmEc!nDy** said...

Nice blog. I am now a follower.


Novie said...

Love those outfits. so cute!


LyddieGal said...

So sorry to hear about the iBook!!! I remember the night my iMac died. I literally wept.

I love those pink 'shooties' they are so cute!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous outfits! I want those bow shoes so much!

So sorry to hear about your IBook. :( Hope you get your new computer soon!



Chelsea said...

These are so great! I love the unexpected shapes and cuts.