New York Fashion Week: Rag & Bone

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Rag & Bone designers Marcus Wainright and David Neville must have had the sun and surf in mind when they designed their spring collection, which was beach bum dressing at its best, with a juicy color palette of turquoise, orange and sunshine yellow, and technical fabrics juxtaposed with soft, craftsy knits.

Scuba-inspired skirts with cut outs exposed flashes of skin, and long, billowy parachute skirts, were worn with nubby, open weave crochet cardigans in a melange of colors, some revealing brightly-colored bikinis underneath.


Fall’s trendy poncho reappeared in ocean blue nylon piped in orange, while pants sported athletic stripes down the sides. There were also pajama-style print pants (which are looking like a big spring trend), and boxy, brightly colored tweed jackets, with slouchy crochet bags, raffia sandals and sandal booties rounding out the luxe bohemian look.

--Booth Moore


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