Rag & Bone Men’s RTW Fall 2016
February 17, 2016 - fall Denim
A lapse to denim on a runway, English plaids and skater/biker rigging blended in Rag Bone’s tumble men’s collection.
The Rag Bone tumble men’s collection was shown during a same time as a women’s during New York Fashion Week in a setup that was radically dual simultaneous, apart runway shows, as a women filed down one side of the runway and a group on a other. They weren’t counterpart images, though tighten enough.
The men’s concentration was denim, troops references, Harris tweeds — “bonded things,” as Wainwright pronounced — and tailoring. The new denim was a highlight, specifically, a carrot-shaped jean and a trucker coupler in a firm selvedge denim.
Wainwright and Neville branched into new domain with a label’s initial loyal suit, a slim-fit indication in Loro Piana fabrics — burgundy or immature — with handpick stitching. In further to moto-inspired T-shirts and pants with articulated knees, they dabbled in performancewear for a initial time with a technical coupler that has all a bells and whistles. “I privately wanted that one,” Wainwright said.