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Opening Ceremony's New Lookbook Hits A High (Hair) Note

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    Whenever we're looking for something super stylish and just a little bizarre, Opening Ceremony is without a doubt our go-to store. And while a trip to their digs is akin to falling into wonderland, it looks like is now just as infatuated as we are. OC's spring '12 collection is the brand's first to be reviewed on fashion's favorite site, and for good reason. This lookbook, shot by fab photographer Tim Barber, is inspired by major music festivals of the world and features some truly awesome styling and gravity defying 'dos we secretly want to copy (oh yeah, we'll be rocking those giant head flowers when March rolls around). Let's not forget, the clothing is to die for. Featuring bold, bright colors, soft and floaty fabrics, and plenty of cutouts for that perfect peep of skin, all of these looks are already on our spring wish lists. Okay, enough gushing—click through and check out this crazy-cool lookbook, and remember to save some of your pennies this winter for when this collection hits stores next year.

    Photo: Via Opening Ceremony/Tim Barber

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