Autumn/Winter 2013-14 Rag & Bone
SHE’S got plenty of bite, this season’s Rag & Bone girl. David Neville and Marcus Wainwright seemed preoccupied with a huntress-type who looks like she’s left her downtown apartment in the city for a cabin in the woods, her mud-splashed jeans suggesting she now prefers to live a survival-of-the-fittest kind of existence.
“We had images of military wear and the Falklands War on our mood board,” explains Wainwright. “But also, a lot of Fifties silhouettes… It was a bit of a mash-up.” What she wore was a layered multi-clash of textures and volumes – from shearling gilets to gargantuan shaggy, dreadlock knits and oversized utilitarian hoodies, partnered with combat trousers or otherwise streamlined pencil skirts in fuzzy lumberjack check or tailored Bermuda shorts worn over ribbed thermal leggings. That Fifties tinge came through strongest in the shape of shiny satin bowling shirts and varsity jackets embroidered in the name of the model wearing them.
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