Rag & Bone Fall 2012 | New York Fashion Week

Layered Up – For fall 2012, Rag & Bone designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville focused on layering with a strong, almost androgynous offering of outerwear in a dark color palette complementary to the winter season. Making this one of the duo’s most tailored collections to date, models walked down the runway in sharply suited jackets, eclectic prints and tapered pants. Despite this polished front, the Rag & Bone DNA was ever-present with sporty pieces featuring metallic fabrics, hooded coats and two-toned pants for a sleek and modern fall outing.

4 Responses to “Rag & Bone Fall 2012 | New York Fashion Week”

  1. Hmmm, a lot like Michael’s and Jarrell’s designs on Project Runway the other night.  But even nicer, especially the prints, and especially the shear number of them managing to offer variety, yet still feel like one collection.  Very strong indeed.

  2. meh… I am not a fan. Far too heavy and bulky; too much layering, but not in a good way. The girls are drowning in the clothes. The individual pieces look interesting, but they are lost within the manner in which they are displayed. The concept is interesting, and I like the palate, but the harshness in which it is executed takes away from the aesthetic.

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