Tuesday, June 17

Strictly Fashion: Rag & Bone


Fashion’s the word that positively defines Rag & Bone. I love everything that they represent. When they first started as just a jean brand, they had no formal training. I really can’t believe what they have grown into. Every piece they design is greatly tailored. Rag & Bone tends to use very simple/dull colors, but the styling and design are uniquely wearable. Isn’t that all you want to find in a piece of clothing?
Fall 2008, has been their latest collection. I extremely loved what they put together. It really jumped out to me when I was looking through style.com. As I said before, the tailoring was magnificent. I absolutely admired some of the layering they put together. I also enjoyed how they took boyish looks and turned them into feminine looking, female pieces.
Want to buy? Rag & Bone are found in multiple boutiques. Odin, Steven Alen, Theory, and Owl’S Lab are just a few examples. Larger, more known stores, include Barneys and American Rag.
Extra thought! The name “Rag & Bone” comes from a British fixture. It was a man who went around the town with a horse and cart, finding bunches of scraps to recycle. Sadly, Garbage Collection started to decline the Rag & Bone population.

7 comments:

bear said...

love love love rag & bone!

Jennifer said...

Oh the pieces are so wonderful and fabulous! I would love to get a pair of those knickers for girls or even the jackets! I was never a fan of their denim line, but I LOVE how they expanded their designs!

Supercalifashionista said...

That is amazing! They've grown so much with so little training, and they have fabulous designs!

Jennifer said...

Of course! I've added you.

Nay'Chelle said...

Love Rag & bone, I really like all of the greys and blacks paired together like that.

Margherita. said...

I love the colors. I actually hadn't heard much about them before. But I love the look of those pieces.

iñaki said...

Tag & Bone is ALWAYS one of my faves. I wish I could afford the whole collection, or even a few pieces.

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