Rather than thinking about the traditional idea of resort, Rag & Bone’s David Neville and Marcus Wainwright considered “what our girl would be wearing that time of year,” said Neville. So out came plenty of pretty much everything: cool coats, a cozy shearling jacket, chic leather skirts, an edgy “decayed lace” top, luxe knits and delicate chiffon shirts with raw edges, not to mention a pair of wide-leg chiffon culottes inspired by their spring maxiskirt (same fabric, similar cut) that was such a success. The duo also offered a variety of colored denim; the print on the plum-tone jeans was derived from a photo taken of the designers’ distressed, paint-splattered studio floor that once was the stomping grounds of artist Matthew Barney.

Rather than thinking about the traditional idea of resort, Rag & Bone’s David Neville and Marcus Wainwright considered “what our girl would be wearing that time of year,” said Neville. So out came plenty of pretty much everything: cool coats, a cozy shearling jacket, chic leather skirts, an edgy “decayed lace” top, luxe knits and delicate chiffon shirts with raw edges, not to mention a pair of wide-leg chiffon culottes inspired by their spring maxiskirt (same fabric, similar cut) that was such a success. The duo also offered a variety of colored denim; the print on the plum-tone jeans was derived from a photo taken of the designers’ distressed, paint-splattered studio floor that once was the stomping grounds of artist Matthew Barney.

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