[ARTICLE] 102215 Kiko Mizuhara’s 6th collaboration with Opening Ceremony


 Singer-actress-model Kiko Mizuhara has always designed collections for the female with a rebel heart. From the Pink Ladies to Japanese sukeban, each collection has given off the allure of innocence while also conveying a sense of rebellious badass energy with a cutesy edge. The Kiko Mizuhara for Opening Ceremony Fall/Winter 2015 collection (her sixth collaboration with Opening Ceremony) stays true to this aesthetic.

This season, cheeky ‘60s separates get a subtle, sexy twist. Good-girl argyles unleash their inner rebellion with cropped cuts that end just above the belly button while the mini-skirt gets a leggy lift with a length that would have even Twiggy blushing. Ribbed turtlenecks in a both mustard and white tones compete to take home the top spot with a color palette and fabrication that we’re sure Marsha Brady would approve of—if she channeled her inner-Kiko and let loose every once in a while.

Shop all Kiko Mizuhara for Opening Ceremony here

Having trouble believing that you can look badass in pieces as cute as these? Kiko Mizuhara proves it’s possible in a behind-the-scenes video from the Kiko Mizuhara for Opening Ceremony Fall/Winter 2015 lookbook shoot below.


Written by: Chloe Dewberry for Opening Ceremony

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