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All the fun of the Opening Ceremony, in 5 looks.

Kelly Rowland, Joe Jonas and the chocolate wall. Sounds like either an incredible children's book or the best dream ever. Instead, it's a summary of the Opening Ceremony autumn/winter 14 show, before we get onto the clothes at least. Read on and weep at these beautiful creations.

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Text Francesca Dunn
Photography Opening Ceremony

  • knight vision

    Modern day knights in quilted armour strutted down the catwalk at OC. Thigh-skimming layered tunics came in three key colours and with plenty of panelling. When news of this look spreads, all of the champions in the Seven Kingdoms will want it.

  • cluedo

    The boys that didn't grow up to become horse-riding, lance-wielding prince charmings instead went on to be private detectives. Wearing their work on their shirt with pride, fingerprint prints covered their boxy tops. Layers were key once more, with shirts on shirts on shirts. Keeping things grounded, bottom halves were kept simple with straightforward trousers and dark trainers.

    OPENING CEREMONY autumn/winter 14

  • keep cosy

    Worn over a floor-length black dress, this fluffy tricoloured dream looks comfy, cosy and stylish too. Slicker than your average fluffy coat, OC keep things interesting with a double zip opening. We're keen to wrap up and curl up tight in this baby.

    OPENING CEREMONY autumn/winter 14

  • matchy hair, don't care

    We love this matchy-matchy look so much. With flaming locks of auburn hair merging as one with the coat, bag and boots, everything is slouchy and everything rules. From this day forward, everybody, everywhere should match their hair colour to their outfit.

    OPENING CEREMONY autumn/winter 14

  • high five!

    A simple quilted miniskirt works absolute wonders with this beautiful handprint patterned jacket. Accompanied by a sweeping side parting and minimal makeup, this is sexy school girl, all grown up.

    OPENING CEREMONY autumn/winter 14