Rag & Bone Fall 2012

Credit: Vogue.com

While some may see this as a rift on a concept that David Neville and Marcus Wainwright have done in the past, I see this as a coolly practical and intriguingly printed continuation of their mixed media aesthetic.  Because no one does layers as assertively chic as these two.  Neville and Wainwright are highly savvy about their image of the Rag & Bone girl.  While Spring 2012 was rather forward-thinking and a bit unexpected, Fall 2012 had an earthier palette to it, rich with eye-catching prints and polished structure.   And although I certainly enjoyed the unexpected color combinations last season, I appreciate the deeper color palette to this one so much more.  The classic color palette is boldly rendered into striking prints and color panelling with a twist of Neville and Wainwright’s deft hands.  Moreover, much of this is easily translated into real life.  I love the effortlessness to these artful layers and how they can fit in easily to my own life.  Marcus Wainwright and David Neville have yet to lose their cool street style aesthetic even as the brand of rag & bone continues to soar; something, that I am rather thankful for.

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