Opening Ceremony are killing us with their Hot Town, Summer in the City editorial. Damn you northern hemisphere!

The editorial features pieces from their clothing, swimwear and accessories ranges, including Prism, Kenzo, J.W. Anderson, Norma Kamali, Local Supply, T by Alexander Wang, Christopher Kane, Moschino, Garrett Leight x Mark McNairy and MYKITA + Maison Martin. Just to name a few.

Photographer Samantha Casolari has really captured the urban summer lifestyle, with models Ajak and Kusuma against nature shots and city buildings, and fluorescent gradient effects.

We’re lusting over the Kenzo leather jacket and the Julien David foil printed tulle skirt. Oh and the Fleet Ilya basketball cage. 'Cos everybody needs one of those.

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