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True to its name, Opening Ceremony is capitalizing on the upcoming Olympic games with a special pop-up shop inside the Brooklyn Museum. It coincides with the new exhibition Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present, a huge deep dive into the world of sports photography.
The boutique pioneer designed this shop to resemble a boxing ring. It features Opening Ceremony’s special 2016 Olympics-inspired collection, Club USA, including unisex tank tops and T-shirts, T-shirt dresses, and souvenir pins featuring bold block logos and bright colors. Prices range from $8 for a pin to a $125 for a T-shirt dress.
The pop-up (and the exhibit) will remain open through January 8th, 2016 — get familiar with the museum’s hours here.