The romance of rag & bone at New York Fashion Week-Men’s Fashion
The possibility of wearing apparel in multiple scenarios of modern men life responding to different needs was the key to the collection presented yesterday NYFW by rag & bone. The parade-goers enjoyed a very good repertoire consists of coats and jackets, vests and warm knit sweaters and decorative patterns and romantic look.
The American company this year celebrates its tenth anniversary with a record of accomplishment with much business acumen led by Marcus Wainwright and David Neville. Among its attachments as designers, include attention to detail manual labor in the production of fashion and love for the tissues.
Since its inception in Kentucky, rag & bone gives his designs an undeniable air of British tailoring , which has been seen in this collection of Fall / Winter Men for example in the structure of the traditional three-piece .
The proposal breathes true romance of English countryside, something in a hurry looks remind us of stories gallants conceived by the Bronte sisters.
This time, however, the twist has been to look at a British colony, India, to discuss cultural mix and add exoticism to the designs, especially through the used embedded colors and patterns that structured the parade several phases marked.
The finish of the leather boots also reinforces a military connotation that is very masculine and link with many other collections presented in almost all fashion weeks around the world, as a need for protection in a world in crisis.
The burgundy leather and applications are among the great successes of that intention romantic, elegant and exotic, but other proposed designs have not been attractive enough in other forms of signature, or grosser off.
Gradients are not a choice that should appeal. We were with the materials and the sporty elegance of the proposal to await better ideas in future collections of a young firm of enormous cache.
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Andrea Galante ~