For her Opening Ceremony collection, Chloe Sevigny sought to recreate the fearless spirit of teenage idealism during Sixties protest movements. She enlisted five bands to play live sets on rotation around the room while models — including the band members and Sevigny herself — showed off the collection holding cute manifesto banners, protest-style. Silhouettes included: babydoll dresses, miniskirts, A-line coats and skirts worn with platforms and mod ankle boots. Sevigny added a cool-girl twist with prints of some of her favorite symbols from her teenage years, like the Egyptian ankh and eye, cherries and a double-crossed heart.

For her Opening Ceremony collection, Chloe Sevigny sought to recreate the fearless spirit of teenage idealism during Sixties protest movements. She enlisted five bands to play live sets on rotation around the room while models — including the band members and Sevigny herself — showed off the collection holding cute manifesto banners, protest-style. Silhouettes included: babydoll dresses, miniskirts, A-line coats and skirts worn with platforms and mod ankle boots. Sevigny added a cool-girl twist with prints of some of her favorite symbols from her teenage years, like the Egyptian ankh and eye, cherries and a double-crossed heart.

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