May 23, 2019 | By Alice Gividen
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New York: David Neville and Marcus Wainwright combined a variety of Indian and British influences for their F/W 12 Rag & Bone collection. A patchwork of pattern and material lent intense dimension to the piled on layers the designers are known for, while slim tailored pieces offered a sharp alternative. Cutaway jackets in blanket stripe wool felt more sophisticated than rustic, while riding pants with button-up cuff details gained an urban vibe with contrast panels. Leather piecing played an important role, appearing on sleeves, pockets, and most uniquely as zigzag stripes knit into a crochet dress. The freshness came from surprisingly light items like chiffon pants and slinky skirts, which gained warmth from multiple layers of leggings, vests and blazers — all in mixed patterns, of course. —Anna Jane Davis
Silhouette: Tailored + Layered
Color: Black / White / Grey / Red / Army green / Cobalt blue / Tan
Key Items: Button-cuff pants / Wrap Skirt / Sweater dress / Cutaway jacket
Materials: Chiffon / Lustrous + wool suitings / Blanket woolens / Crochet knits / Leather / Fur
Print + Pattern: Herringbone / Zigzags / Wallpaper floral / Blanket stripes
Details + Trim: Toggle + strap closures / Leather panels / Nehru collars / Contrast piecing
Accessories + Footwear: Ankle boots/ Military-style belts / Leather gloves
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