OC RE-EDITIONS

Part overall and part suspender, these trousers are back in all their punky glory for our year of re-editions.

OC's fall 2012 menswear collection was inspired by the gaucho-cowboys who once roamed the hills of Argentina and Uruguay.

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The camo pant, a streetwear classic, is also an OC menswear staple. The print on this version from 2012 was hand-painted using watercolors.

In 2011, OC designed this schoolgirl classic with a sassy slit up the side-in Christmas colors, no less.

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Pendleton × OC Is Back: The Most Anticipated Re-Edition Yet

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In 2009, we brought new life to Pendleton’s legacy of preserving the artwork of over 300 Native American tribes through textiles— Now, these only-at-OC shapes, like our beloved flare coat, is back.

This coat paired a classic OC shape — the flare — with an old-school Pendleton pattern, the Tucson, named for the home of the tribe which created it.

OC Re-Editions for Fall, featuring our coveted sheer trench.

These desirable styles from our archives are back and ready for fall.

Deyrolle, Paris’ premiere taxidermy shop, had never before done a collaboration when we came knocking in 2010.

We sent photographer Bastien Lattanzio to shoot their cabinet of curiosities, which became the basis for the prints now immortalized on silk jersey dresses, skirts, and tops.

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During this year of OC Re-Editions, the stars aligned: our favorite fruit-trimmed crochet skirt is back.

The lynx is a bright-eyed cat native to Europe—and one of the stars of our 2010 collab with Deyrolle.

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Opening Ceremony's design team hit New York City's flower district and created dozens of disheveled bouquets.

In 2003, Carol and Humberto followed up the Diamond Hoodie with their second ever sweatshirt style, the Stained Glass Hoodie. This time around, we've reimagined this classic piece in a mega two-tone construction, whose color-blocked panels evoke the image of light refracted through crystal.

We’re revisiting the dip-dyed and shibori-inspired shirts that have ruled summers past, now in fresh new shades.

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OUR FAVORITE EYE-CATCHING DYE TECHNIQUES ARE A BLAST FROM THE PAST, MADE NEW.

FROM PSYCHEDELIC TO ARTISAN-INSPIRED

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THIS FRAMED SILK DRESS WAS INSPIRED BY FRENCH LINGERIE.

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WE'RE BRINGING BACK THIS MOROCCAN-TILE PRINT TEE AND ADDING A MATCHING SHORT.

STRIPES ARE AS MUCH A PART OF OC'S DNA AS THE OLYMPICS, HAVING APPEARED IN NEARLY EVERY COLLECTION.

OC’S PALAZZO JUMPSUIT FROM 2011 HASN’T AGED A BIT.

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OUR 2011 SWING DRESS FEATURES LAYERS OF SHEER FABRICS, CREATING A DYNAMIC LEOPARD PRINT.

A TRIP TO MOROCCO INSPIRED THE PRINTS ON A SERIES OF SHORT-SLEEVE BUTTON-UPS.

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IN ARCHITECTURE, A PALAZZO IS A GIANT, MAGNIFICENT PALACE. IN FASHION, IT’S A PAIR OF PANTS THAT MAKES YOU FEEL LIKE YOU’RE IN ONE.

FROM OC’S 2010 YEAR OF FRANCE, OUR RE-EDITION ADDS A JE NE SAIS QUOI TO THE ORIGINAL CUT WITH A SEXY LACE-UP NECKLINE.

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DRESSED UP SWEATS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN AN OC STAPLE.

These photo-realistic pants made a splash in 2010 when nearly every other trouser was skin-tight.

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Inspired by Argentine textiles from OC’s 2011 collection

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This high-waisted mini skirt was one of Carol and Humberto’s first womenswear designs.

off-white blooms hand-beaded and tucked in India

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“In 2008, I sketched the design for a cropped-sleeve, swing-hem jacket on a nearby serviette scrap.”

HUMBERTO LEON, CREATIVE DIRECTOR

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“In 2005, we designed the Stained Glass hoodie, whose color-blocked panels channeled light refracted through crystal.”

HUMBERTO LEON, CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Matching sweatpants accompany the re-release of OC’s classic hoodie styles

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“The Rugby-striped-masterpiece boasted drawstrings and a golf collar—and was released during OC’s Year of London.”

HUMBERTO LEON, CREATIVE DIRECTOR

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