Oct 05, 2017 | By Carlene Thomas Bailey
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New York: “Clothes for a downtown girl, for real girls” was the way David Neville and Marcus Wainwright described their Pre-Fall collection for Rag and Bone. The low-key looks shown are sure to appeal to their target market, with of-the-moment long skirts, sporty utility jackets and an easy silk jumpsuit making an appearance. Crochet was used for airy sweaters and a standout navy sweater dress with attached sleeves that tied at the waist. Stripes were a key motif, used for woven tees and sheer skirts; a mini wrap skirt in a bright orange-y pink looked young and playful. Blazers – both soft/slouchy and crisp/shrunken – added a bit of structure to all the relaxed looks. With a recent store opening in Tokyo’s Omotesando neighborhood, it looks like Rag and Bone will be dressing downtown girls across the globe.
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