OC RE-EDITIONS

we’re reissuing some ageless favorites with a few clever changes

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For this month’s Re-Editions, 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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