For their fall women’s collection, Rag & Bone designers David Neville and Marcus Wainwright played with a grab bag of elements to complete their more-is-more vision. Striped shearling jackets and blanket wraps were paired with printed and zigzagged sweater dresses, kilts and herringbone trousers in muted tones of black, beige, gray, oxblood and navy, calling to mind the English countryside, while the shimmering bronze material in tailored, mandarin-collared coats and asymmetrical leather skirt hems brought out an Indian vibe.
Later, floral tapestry prints covered models nearly head-to-toe. While the magpie, piled-on effect resulted in some winning ensembles, there were moments when it seemed too much, which is disappointing as so many standout pieces were lost in the shuffle. All things considered, however, the collection was a cozy shift from last season’s neon-infused sporty separates. And we can definitely see the printed booties selling out fast.