After delivering the SS15 goods at New York Fashion Week, Opening Ceremony continues to impress and intrigue with their FW14 menswear lookbook, Fine Art.

Shot in a gallery-like setting leaving eyes only on the statuesque Fernando Cabral, Fine Art displays a modern and engaging collection that uses clean tailoring and a minimal palette to highlight technical detailing. Much like art.

The central motif is hands, incorporated throughout the collection via shirt cuffs that wrap around thumbs, dimensional fingerprint jacquard detailing and five-fingered zips. Elaborate colour blocking and zip detailing also feature heavily.

Elements of the lookbook are available to shop now at openingceremony.us.

 

 

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