Where to buy the new Opening Ceremony x Reebok collaboration

Posted: 13 December 2018 10:19 am

Get in the spirit and find out where you can shop this new collection of festive footwear.

Shortly after announcing its collaboration with Birkenstock, Opening Ceremony has revealed another partnership deal with global footwear giant Reebok. The brands have teamed up to create a shoe collection with a festive twist and we can't wait to get our hands on them. Sneakers have been the in-trend for a while now and it doesn't look like they're going anywhere anytime soon. This makes them the perfect excuse to give your feet a rest from heels and wedges this party season and to step out in these quirky kicks instead.

The new partnership sees the re-imagining of a classic, updating Reebok's Classic Leather shoe with floral printed satin jacquard fabric. Adding luxe new materials to reinterpret cult-favourite styles seems to be something of a trend lately. Streetwear shoe brand Vans have recently released a similar premium take for their holiday collection. So if you want to get ahead of the curve, now's your chance.

The new Classics are available in both red and black with white soles. Both sport the Opening Ceremony branding stamped on the laces and tongue, while the Reebok logo appears on the heel and upper. Each pair also comes with multiple sets of laces, meaning you can switch them up to suit your outfit.

When and where you can buy the collab

The fresh new line of kicks is being released both on Opening Ceremony's website and in their stores today. If you don't want to pay the extra postage, the global release is set for 17 December so keep your eyes peeled in usual Reebok stockist stores like Culture Kings and Rebel Sport. The new sneakers are currently being advertised for $130, but an Australian price has yet to be announced.

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