Today marks the first day of Spring, so that means you can officially stash those obnoxiously large coats and start rocking sweatshirts again. If you're in the market for a few new pieces (and really, you always should be) Opening Ceremony has a new collection available now that uses the artwork of surrealist painter Rene Magritte to provide the right amount of class to your wardrobe. The collection was made in collaboration with the Artists' Rights Society, so know that it's all legit.

In addition to the crewnecks, the collection features collarless shirts with matching slim fit trousers, a couple oversized tops, a bomber jacket, and even a funnel neck coat, so really you can just empty your closet and start fresh this season with the full line and be good. Among the paintings used as graphics on the clothing are Magritte's The King's Museum, Good Connections, La Cascade, The Lovers, and Sheherazade.

There is also a collection of matching Vans on the way, according to SneakerNews, so if you are really about that #ArtLife, don't sleep.

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[via OpeningCeremony


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