By  on February 23, 2012

BOSTON — No spotless, all-white retail palaces for David Neville and Marcus Wainwright.

Rag & Bone’s Newbury Street town house — the brand’s seventh global store — is warm and homey, with exposed walls of age-mellowed brick, copper-toned racks and wooden planters of kalanchoe flowers. T-shirts have been folded into neat squares, like paints in a watercolor palette, for splashes of saffron, turquoise and clementine. The space is on the west side of the street, which gets the long afternoon light.

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