You may consider Hawaiian shirts a thing of the past (or when you see one now, something that you'd like to banish back to the past). But, trust us: a deeper dig through the decades reveals one of the most charming, beach-friendly styles of the sixties–and the inspiration for one of our freshest partnerships yet: Reyn Spooner for Opening Ceremony!
Introducing a subtler take on Hawaiian style, founder Reyn McCullough looked to traditional woodblock and reverse-print methods to create his signature, sophisticated Aloha shirting in 1962. And, as long-time fans, Opening Ceremony had the great pleasure of sifting through the RS archives to pick our very favorite vintage fabrics for this collaborative collection. Resurrecting that classic Honolulu look, but in new, OC-tailored silhouettes, Reyn Spooner for Opening Ceremony offers an easy, beachy collection for men and women–all made with alohanui loa.
Have a look at the collection, as well as some archival images from the early days of Reyn!