American clothing brand Opening Ceremony has recently released their collaborated with New York-based old skool hip hop group Beastie Boys and are set to release a limited-edition collection of graphic pieces which are up for sale on luxury retail platform Farfetch.
With the release of the Beastie Boys Story documentary that was released on Apple TV on the 24 April, the director Spike Jonze has worked with his pals at Opening Ceremony to craft some limited edition Beastie Boy goods. The label enlisted a series of high profile artists to help design the goods, including some who worked directly with the hip-hop group.
The Collection consists of covetable graphic pieces inspired by their unforgettable music which has been living on through the years. The seven-piece collection sees classic Beastie Boys’ album covers re-imagined by a series of notable artists including Kim Gordon, Raymond Pettibon, Bill McMullen, Geoff McFetridge and Nejic Prah, with the intention to transform the idea of tour merchandise into collectible art editions. The collection consists of t-shirts, hoodies and a boiler suit which all have redesigned images relating to artwork designed for the beastie boys album work
Items are available on Farfetch and prices range from £135 for t-shirts then all the way up to £395 for the boiler suit. This collection is very big for the culture of Old Skool hip hop and for all the people who grew up listening to beastie boys as they Brought there own style and swing on rap and they getting a collaboration with a fashion brand today definitely proves something and as a big step in their legacy