David Neville and Marcus Wainwright dispensed with grand thematics and focused instead on creating a cohesive bridge between Rag & Bone’s fall and forthcoming spring collections. Mission accomplished. With the former hinged on Fifties Cuba, and the latter, as Wainwright hinted, to be about Victorian dressing and petticoats, resort began with short dresses in cotton and leather and nipped at the waist, as well as cropped motorcycle and military jackets and sharp tailored separates with great details, like leather braiding and gold trim. Then came the color, specifically bright yellow florals inspired by a 19th-century Russian robe— which Wainwright came across on eBay— emblazoned on the label’s signature silhouettes.

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