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Opening Ceremony Bags & Luggage for Men

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Opening Ceremony is a fashion brand founded in 2002 by close friends Carol Lim and Humberto Leon. They have created an exciting range of luxury men's hoodies, jackets and other menswear that has led them to becoming one of the most popular brands in the world. working with various emerging labels and driving them to success, they are known for their outrageous fashion shows, featuring performances by celebrities like Spike Jones and Jonah.

Lim and Leon are of Asian descent and the Opening Ceremony clothing line celebrates this heritage. The pair are known to actively support other artists through their work, and the men's Opening ceremony collection features collaborations with Asian artists such as musician Ryuichi Sakamoto and designer Anna Sui. Opening Ceremony has also collaborated with LVMH and Kenzo and from 2011 to 2019, Lim briefly served as Kenzo's creative director.

Men's Opening Ceremony Bags and Luggage feature the brands understated aesthetic and perfectly meld together style and utility with their range of men's bum bags and pouches. Elevate any jeans and sweatshirts combo with a piece from this collection or opt for a more casual shorts and shirts vibe for equal style. Browse Brother2Brother today for the latest season of men's Opening Ceremony Bags and Luggage as well as a huge selection of quality men's attire from the wider Opening Ceremony for men collection.  

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