rag & bone Offers Classic New York City Style for Fall/Winter 2018

Debuted with a dance-choreographed lookbook.

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rag & bone looks to its hometown New York City’s classic street style for Fall/Winter 2018, focusing on the casual, functional and individual aesthetic of the label. This season features a wide range of outerwear options, wardrobe staples and contrasting textures that peddle both smart and laidback styles. All of this is tied together by a modern neutral color scheme of black, navy, camel, greys with pops of red and metallic for a versatile, urban palette.

The collection lookbook enlists choreographer and dancer Emma Portner, who was named the “Young Choreographer of the Year” by the American Dance Awards. Portner’s dance background works in harmony with the collection’s adaptable and self-expressive garments.

Flip through the rag & bone Fall/Winter 2018 collection lookbook above and expect the range to release in the near future. For more staple garments, Helmut Lang brings back more iconic pieces for “Re-Edition” Vol. 2.

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Emma Portner, Camilla Christensen, Ethan James Green

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