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Opening Ceremony collaborates on 'Spring Breakers' line

March 15, 2013|By Adam Tschorn
  • Vanessa Hudgens, left, and Selena Gomez at the premiere of "Spring Breakers." A range of apparel inspired by the film has been created by Opening Ceremony.
Vanessa Hudgens, left, and Selena Gomez at the premiere of "Spring… (Christopher Polk )

Opening Ceremony is going on spring break -- sort of. According to fashion industry trade paper WWD, the retailer has collaborated on a line of merchandise for the upcoming Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens and James Franco flick “Spring Breakers.”

The co-branded line consists of "unisex sweatshirts and sweatpants, mesh jerseys, cropped T-shirts, printed bikinis, backpacks and beach towels" created with the film's costume designer Heidi Bivens, and New York artist Todd James (aka REAS). The collection is scheduled to hit Opening Ceremony's New York and West Hollywood boutiques on March 22 -- the same day the movie hits theaters. [WWD]

Italian financial police have impounded $59 million in real estate and other assets from Bulgari jewelers as part of a tax evasion investigation. [Associated Press]

Local label Aviator Nation -- and its designer Paige Mycoskie -- got a shout-out from GQ magazine Thursday when the men's style glossy put the founder of the 7-year-old "apres-surf" line on its 2013 list of best new menswear designers in America. [Los Angeles Times]  

Another L.A.-based brand getting some high-profile exposure this week is travel-inspired menswear line Apolis. As part of J. Crew's "In Good Company" program, two exclusive styles of Apolis for J.Crew chambray swim trunks were released Thursday. The cotton chambray shorts with a single standout stripe ($98) are available at the J. Crew men's stores at the Grove and South Coast Plaza and online. [J. Crew]

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