What’s a Rag without a Bone? Turns out, still a street cool utility-loving collection. In yet another major shake-up announced over the past summer, David Neville stepped down as co-CEO to pursue other projects—namely, helping wife Gucci Westman start her own beauty brand and fostering other emerging designers. This left Marcus Wainwright running the ship—design- and business-wise.
Wainwright, who was the main designer since the brand launched 14 years ago, pulled out all of Rag & Bone‘s fan favourites—the moto-inspired jackets and pants, schoolboy blazers, riffs on prep, men’s wear shirting and suiting used for women’s.
Rag & Bone excels at chill, relaxed outerwear and shoes. Both of which were on display for spring. Field jackets and quilted toppers in army green walked alongside red-and-blue coats and blazers. Adding to the louche factor were shirt dresses cut in extra-forgiving A-line silhouettes—easy to throw on and go; easy to layer.
In breaking news, Wainwright brought back the mom jean, of all looks. And yes, it looked tempting styled with laidback blazers, printed blouses and white or red booties.
Dresses brought in feminine florals in slip dresses with a ton of extra room, but it was a poncho-like black look that felt more in line with the mood.
From: Harper’s BAZAAR US