Rag & Bone was all layers layers layers yesterday at the debut of their Fall 2010 Women's collection.
As per usual, designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville, drew heavily from menswear- blazers, shirts, and vests- citing their inspiration as "crazy English guys who climbed Mount Everest in the twenties in tweed."
That aesthetic appeared in the form of utility belts, splashes of camo, army green, and a more delicate version of the clunky lace-up boots than we're seeing all over NY right now.
That English boarding school preppiness, all pleated skirts and knee highs, was quite refreshing after last fall's rigidity and studs. We loved The pop of orange in the fair isle knits and all those chunky sweaters and mittens!
And we're obsessed with the wire-wrapped crystal bolos!
This was the first time Rag & Bone presented their Women's Collection separately from the men's and it proved how capable they are of dressing and defining the Rag & Bone woman- practical and urban with layers and layers of style.
Images via style.com