It’s 2019. If you’re not doing an iconic collab with some of the most well-known fashion brands, what are you doing? Opening Ceremony knows this, and is taking Dickies and Timberland‘s workwear to the next level. The three-way collaboration is a limited-edition capsule collection of workwear and boots, with a campaign set in a construction site under the unforgiving sun.
For the clothes, Opening Ceremony and Dickies are releasing button-up polo shirts and loose-fit pants to make up a full workwear fit to show off Dickies’ signature logo in monogram style. The top comes in black and white with a little rectangular Dickies box logo on the chest pocket. Kewt. As for the pants, the long ones are available in khaki and black and it seems like the shorts only come in grey.
The kicks are where Timberland comes in. On the back of the classic Timberland boot silhouette where it’s typically a monotone leather cushioning, Opening Ceremony inserts the Dickie’s monogram for a fun, new look. But, you’ll have to pick between a dark khaki, pastel pink, and black. The struggle. Or you can just get all three colors of the Waterbuck Field Boot, so you don’t have to choose.
The promotional photos see Indigenous American hip-hop artist Xiuhtezcati Martinez and founder of Mexico City-based modeling agency Maria Osuda flexing a ’90s streetwear aesthetic. The apparel ranges from $185 to 225 while the boots are $140 for women’s and $180 for men’s. Shop the collection now exclusively on OpeningCeremony.com before your frenemies find out.