Rag & Bone Fall 2020 - Runway Review
February 8, 2020
With a digital sci-fi backdrop designed by Limelight setting the mood, Marcus Wainwright sought to redefine the idea of how his Rag & Bone shopper dresses today. The clothes had no correlation to the otherwise engagement visual elements -- but they helped pave the way for a collection of wearable fashions that didn't take themselves too seriously. Wainwright took iconic Rag & Bone wardrobing elements and pushed them forward with design specific details on everything from the military, English tailoring to the wear-everyday sportswear: oversized parkas, head-to-toe leather and plenty of luxurious layered knits. From the club to the corner office, Rag & Bone has always had a knack for delivering pieces that playfully juxtapose an individual's many pursuits -- uptown/downtown and masculine/feminine.
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