Shop the interactive Rag & Bone Spring 2016 runway show featuring key tenets of the brand’s aesthetic with English tailoring mixed with military references. been explored and framed by an exploration of detailing from parachutes.
The juxtaposition between the masculine, harder influences and the softer, more quintessentially feminine pieces is exemplified with lightweight leather pieces and silk dresses, which highlight the contrasts of the rag & bone girl and represent the way we see our girl dressing. The masculine-feminine duality is further explored in airfare-inspired bombers, while cargo pants and jumpsuits highlight the blurring of the line between menswear and womenswear.
Partially inspired by attending London’s Notting Hill Carnival, statement knits are rendered in flecked tweed yarns, mesh cutouts and mosaic cable. Accessories focus on continued references to flight details and include the Pilot Tote, a newly rendered Pilot bag based off the original inspiration our first bag, and the Flight Satchel, a key new style for Spring. Shoes center on an all-out fat lace high-top design and criss-cross sandals.