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“Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s” isn’t just the siren song of a shopper who knows her stuff, it’s also the title of a forthcoming documentary — in theaters in New York tomorrow — that stars the historical store, and pretty much everyone who’s anyone in fashion.
Along with Rag & Bone and Marchesa, and with the help of the CFDA and Vogue, the brand will be showing this summer in a certain mega global market.
We grumbled the entire walk through midtown Manhattan’s slush and snow early yesterday evening to Rag & Bone‘s fall show. But when we got to Moynihan Station, we found pretzels, mulled wine, little hand warmers, Poppy Delevingne, and surprise! — Drew Barrymore.
Kate Moss returns to Rag & Bone for the American line’s latest advertising campaign.
This is what happens when you leave a model to her own devices. For its autumn/winter 2012 ad campaign, Rag & Bone sent Jourdan Dunn a bunch of their clothes and told her to photograph herself wearing them, and the results are refreshing.
Because of course they did.
David Neville and Marcus Wainwright of Rag & Bone are opening their first London outpost on Wednesday, and to celebrate the new store, they unveiled the brand’s first print ad campaign, which features none other than perennial Brit It-girl Kate Moss.
Ben Stiller may have brought Derek Zoolander out of retirement on this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live, but his enduring SNL legacy could very possibly be a fashion-related digital short about the awfulness that is dudes wearing deep V-necks.
Rag & Bone is debuting a new set of images for its DIY Project, and they might be even cooler than the last ones.
We’re suckers for clever marketing tactics, and Rag & Bone‘s latest guerrilla ad campaign has us smitten. Marcus Wainwright and David Neville teamed up with creative agency Laird+Partners to develop the advertising scheme, which involves 1,000 posters (and even more fliers) plastered all over walls and deli boards across downtown Manhattan.
When the Daily Telegraph‘s Hilary Alexander pointed out Queen Elizabeth‘s surprisingly trendy military jacket, it got us thinking about the Queen’s style in general. Because when we see the Commander-in-Chief of the British Armed Forces in a military jacket designed by her royal dressmaker, we think Balmain. Sure, she wears a lot of pastel suits, but there’s something kind of nuanced about it all.
New York Fashion Week is finally over! It was exciting, beautiful, disorganized, fun and most of all exhausting. And we loved every second of it.
Fashion Week has come and gone, and while we made our way to quite a few shows, nobody seemed to be as ubiquitous as Gossip Girl‘s Jessica Szohr.
While the name Rag & Bone may denote minimalism, their spring/summer 2011 collection is anything but.
Styleite intern Rika Nurrahmah agreed to take on an abridged version of the shopper’s diet challenge. Find out what she wore, when she wore it, and how she coped with a limited wardrobe.
Remember when all you wanted was every single color and style of Juicy Couture sweat suit the brand manufactured? Now, more high brow designers (no offense to the Juicy girls) are jumping on the sweatpants band wagon and designing their own versions; versions that work for both lounging and for more formal occasions.
To be inducted into the Council of Fashion Designers of America is like winning an Oscar. And just like the nominations for the Academy Awards, the fashion community waits breathlessly to discover who is to be honored and, more importantly, who is to be recognized as the latest and greatest in fashion.