Without undermining resort’s chief tenets of buy-now-wear-now commerciality, David Neville and Marcus Wainwright used the season to pursue territory yet unchartered for Rag & Bone: leopard prints. “We’ve never done an animal print before,” said Wainwright. “It’s fun to explore those things that are not obviously Rag & Bone.” The motif came in three ways, all of them very wearable: gray-and-white chunky knits, a printed pony hair jacket and a snow leopard pattern on a chic, slim silk dress with a slit open back styled with slip-on sneakers.

In their quest to push beyond tailored bestsellers, the designers also put an emphasis on pink, “a very girly color done in not-girly pieces,” said Wainwright, of the robust tailored moleskin coat and a boxy “jean” jacket done in pink suede.

Without undermining resort’s chief tenets of buy-now-wear-now commerciality, David Neville and Marcus Wainwright used the season to pursue territory yet unchartered for Rag & Bone: leopard prints. “We’ve never done an animal print before,” said Wainwright. “It’s fun to explore those things that are not obviously Rag & Bone.” The motif came in three ways, all of them very wearable: gray-and-white chunky knits, a printed pony hair jacket and a snow leopard pattern on a chic, slim silk dress with a slit open back styled with slip-on sneakers.

In their quest to push beyond tailored bestsellers, the designers also put an emphasis on pink, “a very girly color done in not-girly pieces,” said Wainwright, of the robust tailored moleskin coat and a boxy “jean” jacket done in pink suede.

To access this article, click here to subscribe or to log in.

To Read the Full Article
SUBSCRIBE NOW

Tap into our Global Network

Of Industry Leaders and Designers

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus