Rag & Bone Fall Winter 2014 Ready To Wear – New York Fashion Week

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Here is the Rag & Bone Fall Winter 2014 Ready To Wear collection which hit the catwalk during New York Fashion Week. I am a huge fan of Rag & Bone jeans, but I do always love seeing the new RTW collection too! The brand did something unique and personalised some of the models bowling shirts that they wore, including Georgia May Jagger and Joan Smalls, as well as some others. Rag & Bone really went for more of a retro theme this coming season and I have noticed this trend quite a lot in other collections too!

Designer Marcus Wainwright stated that the collection was ‘Frank Sinatra meets Fifties bowling and English Teddy Boys,’ and I can definitely see that in the pieces! There were some great outerwear pieces in leather and of course shearling, but they had a parka, a hairy knitted jacket and more! I also spotted some Coogi sweaters in the mix and some great cow print paint splash inspired designs. Rag & Bone’s other designer, David Neville, suggested that the collection was ‘cool clothes for cool girls.’ What do you think of the new Rag & Bone Fall Winter 2014 collection? Buy the current Rag & Bone collection online here.

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Comments

  1. very chic casual collection, in all these typical for winter colors, there are quite a lot of masculine type of wear, which confused me even when looking though the photos, one of the models made me think for a second that she looked like a man. I personally like more glamour, femininity, shapes, I loved Philip Lim’s collection a lot! <3 Zhanna, http://www.stylehenge.com

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