Opening Ceremony celebrates its 10th anniversary with a scrapbook.


It started as a tiny store, near SoHo, that sold all the clothes from Hong Kong that Carol Lim and Humberto Leon could cram into their suitcases. A decade later, Opening Ceremony has evolved into one of the most influential retailers of its time, with four shops worldwide, its own clothing label, a magazine, an online TV show, and a host of wildly creative collaborations. Out September 4, Opening Ceremony (Rizzoli) celebrates the company’s 10th anniversary with an eye-popping scrapbook (left) that­—jammed with Terence Koh doodles, Terry Richardson portraits, and amusing conversations—is as enticing as a trip to the store itself.

Photo: courtesy of Opening Ceremony