19/06/2015
Ft. Karlie Kloss, Elle Fanning, Dree Hemmingway, Rashida Jones and more.

Words by

Tabatha Turner

Last year saw Opening Ceremony release one of the most talked about NYFW Spring/Summer 2015 presentations of all time, 100% Lost Cotton.

The one-act play, co-written by Jonah Hill and Spike Jonze, featured a superstar cast with the likes of Karlie Kloss, Elle Fanning, and Dree Hemmingway taking the stage.

Lucky for us, The Creators Project made a special documentary featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the lead up to the nerve-racking night.

Bet you wish you joined the after school theatre club now, don’t you?

www.openingceremony.us

Leave a comment

Related

The ultimate east meets west collab.
More than a little confused.
They wanted each look to “feel like a Tumblr post.”
Inspired by warmth, skin, masking layers and woven textures.
The opportunity of a lifetime, please and thank you.
The performance artist and the fashion designer.
A colourful selection from our new favourite online store.
The FJ guide to applying your own '70s inspired nails from the Rebecca Minkoff runway.
A humbling first collection following the designer's death.
Another fashion-forward event for the "never subtle" VFiles.
Femme-luxe Edward Scissorhands and a must-have stern pout: gothic never looked so good.
More lacy inspiration for Valentine’s Day.
Reviving ‘80s punk counterculture with some archived designs.
The most promising names in fashion.
A unisex line off the streets of Harajuku.
Karolin Wolter sports painted eyebrows and a slicked look for Alexander McQueen's Spring 2015 ad campaign.
Wearable tech that we would actually wear.
Opening Ceremony autumn collection leaves no room for summer nostalgia.
A dampened Ward fronts Prada Spring 2015.
Wildy sophisticated and candy coloured: whats not to love?
Is this what heaven looks like?
Britney Spears unveils her saucy underwear line at New York Fashion Week
TOME's hair director shows us how to get that perfect balance between effortless and polished.
Opening Ceremony's latest lookbook is a work of art.
This is for my peeps and the freaks in the front row.
Yes to Barbara, Erin and Frida. Yes to Brazilian fashion. Yes to spring.
A few months ago we gushed about the flower-laden Thierry Boutemy for Opening Ceremony collection and now another one of our...
New kid on the block Eocene is helping you lift your fashion game.
Is this the best Opening Ceremony collaboration ever?