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Opening Ceremony Velour Tie Track Pant

style: ST200411

$150 $60

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This Fall 2017, matching track sets are reimagined in plush velvet, rendered in the season's muted desert tones. These straight-fit sweatpants sit relaxed along the mid hips and feature contrast banding along the hem and self-tie strings for a playful finish.

  • Embroidered OC torch logo at thigh
  • Elasticated waistband
  • Side zipper pockets
  • 80% cotton, 20% polyester
  • Imported


Opening Ceremony journeys West for Fall 2017, through buttes and rocky landscapes, blooming cacti and biker bars, dusty rest stops and night skies. The clothes on this trip are the best roadside attraction, worn-in, understated silhouettes with a touch of sparkle guarantee you'll blend in perfectly with the O'Keeffian landscapes, and stand out everywhere else.


  • Fits true to size
  • Sarah is wearing a size small
  • Sarah is 5'10" tall


    Waist: 26in
    Rise: 11.5in
    Inseam: 24.75in

    SIZE S
    Waist: 27in
    Rise: 11.75in
    Inseam: 25in

    SIZE M
    Waist: 28in
    Rise: 12in
    Inseam: 12in

    SIZE L
    Waist: 29in
    Rise: 12.25in
    Inseam: 25.5in


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a modern western


We share the video from our June 9th MADE LA fashion show, or should we say: our very own Hollywood movie—reimagining Kung-fu films and a classic western showdown.

opening ceremony fall 2017


Once upon a time, a city girl hopped in a car—and drove until cacti scraped the sky. Here, high heels were made for stirrups. Shade was sun, and at night, the moon was disco ball-bright. Her suitcase was empty (is wanderlust planned?) The scenery filled it: wildflower plaids, velvety tracksuits, dusty trench coats, biker-bar studs.
Cell reception fading, the girl made friends with a local: a scorpion, fond of lounging on burnout tees and kimonos and rhinestone jackets (and, from time to time, a honky-tonk dance floor). When she returned to civilization, he came, too. Was it true love, or just a sting?