Inspired by English tailoring and Indian textile, Marcus Wainwright and David Neville artfully carried out next season’s recurring theme of mixing patterns, colors, and textures into their fall collection for Rag & Bone. Asymmetrical skirts, pants, sweater dresses, vests, and outerwear, in the form of prints, fur, leather, jacquard and herringbone, were layered to perfection. I’m especially digging the exaggerated leather epaulets and leather trimmed blanket coats!
(view the rest of the collection here)
I love the colour palette of this post.
All the images are stunning. Especially the coppers.
I love it all!
these coat are incredible! loveeee
tailored to the max!!! amazing!!!
really not a big fan of this collection. it didn’t do anything for me quite honestly.
Again, the individual pieces aren’t exactly driving me crazy, but I sure do love it when people layer unexpectedly. Warm cozy goodness.
These fabrics are gorgeous! I love the red/black/grey/cream one especially.
The greys are so lovely…I love all the layers and textures
The colors in this collection are beyond amazing. I love the rich,carmel browns popping off the black and white looks. Rag & Bone always amazes me each season.
Those epaulets would make a great DIY! And loving the bold pattern in a fall collection!
Amazing collection! Spot on with the fabrics and the patterns.
Ooo love the subtle ombre effect with the tiny patterns. Those paneled pants are wonderful!
we over here at Rag & Bone love your site! We had a chicks craft night last week and tried to make the spike barrettes for ourselves. Thanks for the inspiration & always a good read!
Cool collection, love the inspiration.