The looks of Rag & Bone Ready To Wear Fall/Winter 2020 New York here’s a recap.
From the just unveiled runway show. We’re gonna highlighted the menswear, stunning looks with Graphic, tailored, on the move. Mixing fair isle, formal tailoring and florals.
Mixing utilitarian outerwear, dramatic silhouettes, and intricate knits.
Marcus Wainwright has returned to his brand’s house codes for the fall collection, working closely with the design team to present a lineup that feels like a restart of sorts.
Mixing burnt velvet florals, leather and modern silhouettes.
Wainwright strayed from streetwear elements and restored focus to what the brand has always been recognized for: the perfect mix of tailoring and heritage.
At first glance, that was obvious by exploring how the suits were deconstructed with brushed worsted wools, the cable-knit sweaters were offered in camouflage patterns and the Harris Tweed topcoat was realized in a heavy, yet lush manner that looks like it will last forever.
Outerwear was expanded this season and included a down-filled program inspired by an old M42 army sleeping bag that Wainwright purchased many years back. But he modernized the offering by making the coats technical in nature and sharply tailored. A cropped moto jacket in green, done in the same fabric, was quite the eye-catcher.