As if Spike Jonze's adaptation of the beloved "Where The Wild Things Are" couldn't get any hipper, Opening Ceremony has just launched a small collection inspired by the furry flick. When we first heard whispers of the collaboration, we had our doubts. And of course, a lot of the collection is definitely out there (including Max's wolf-inspired onesie, the perfect Halloween costume for some deep-pocketed enthusiast). But for "Wild" fans or simply those who enjoy OC's eccentric taste, you'll be pleasantly surprised to see the outerwear has kept its wild side where it belongs: on the inside. With a detachable, fur-lined collar and lining, the Ira military jacket easily transitions from a one-trick pony to a cold-weather staple. And don't worry, the fur is faux. No wild things were harmed in the making of this coat.
$805, at Opening Ceremony
The number of sentences in Maurice Sendak's Caldecott Medal-winning book. $9.87 at Amazon
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