For resort, or “October/November” as the season is known internally at Rag & Bone, Marcus Wainwright and David Neville were intent on clarity. Their collection was a lineup of true buy-now-wear-now pieces for the season in which stores are carrying them. “It’s  just about blaring on the key Rag & Bone tenets of design,” said Wainwright during a preview. “Our girl doesn’t really need a caftan for this time of year.”

 

To that end, proper English tailoring was represented by a tweed suit, a blanket-striped tailored jacket and a comfy cool shearling coat with a clever, coordinating hand-warmer/handbag. Streetwear and sport was supplied by a bright blue and black bomber jacket and a kelly green tracksuit, and men’s wear via a floating, twisted cable sweater in camel and red cashmere. They were indeed  pieces ready to be worn out of the store and onto the street.

By  on June 14, 2016

For resort, or “October/November” as the season is known internally at Rag & Bone, Marcus Wainwright and David Neville were intent on clarity. Their collection was a lineup of true buy-now-wear-now pieces for the season in which stores are carrying them. “It’s  just about blaring on the key Rag & Bone tenets of design,” said Wainwright during a preview. “Our girl doesn’t really need a caftan for this time of year.”

 

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