NYFW: Rag & Bone SS2015 Brings 50 Shades of Gray, Blue & Khaki

The Rag & Bone Collection features , lots of grey, polyester blends with shine, while taking on the feel of the 60’s mod inspirations. Equally noticable is the less form fitting, wide cuts, tunic styles, flowing without being angular .

Beginning with suiting we see an oversized high gloss grey polyester blazer, with a very noticeable thick black horizontal line that connects to the primary button on the blazer. Following the oversized grey polyester blazer, we see its counterpart an elongated sleeveless blazer dress paired with matching wide leg pants.

Transitioning into light weight outerwear, we see a black windbreaker inspired jacket with enormous shiny pockets, that serves as a visual display as well as the functional use of storage. The second outerwear look we see is a black long sleeve jacket paired with a semi- fitted pant. The jacket is toned down as the pockets are not visible. Next up evening wear, Rag & Bone chose to take it down a notch and brilliantly interjected semi casual evening wear options after all this is resort wear. Opening the semi casual evening looks, we see a black patterned spaghetti strapped sweetheart neckline gown, that is paired with black sneakers. The second semi casual evening wear look we see is a cream silk kimono shirt and pant outfit featured, with a black and olive floral print. The closing looks additionally add to the fashionably light and airy effect, with crisp white garments. A white and tan mid drift tank is paired with a hip hugging flowy white and tan skirt, that is styled with sneakers. Directly following that look we see a swoop neck, floor length gown that is paired with a necklace and neutral flats. The Rag & Bone SS2015 Collection kept it very spring like, projecting an airy feel as they used floral prints, greys, and outer wear separates  all of which conveyed movement and simplicity.




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Kim Cler

Kim is a former Betsey Johnson and Cynthia Rowley intern, turned fashion writer. A dual resident of New York and Denver, Kim specializes in event promotion and has worked in New York's Garment District as a production manager . In her spare time Kim cooks,paints and likes to chillax with friends and family.

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