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All Dressed Up And...Rag & Bone Takes Us To An Empty Warehouse

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    Instead of palm trees or exotic locales, rag & bone brings on the stealthy black gloves, leather jackets, and sleek, tailored suits for its resort ’14 collection. We have to hand it to one of our favorite current labels — the walk on the urban side is much appreciated in the midst of so much tropicana. And even if this resort collection is set in an empty warehouse, well...as long as we get to wear rag & bone, we don't really care where we're going.

    Midnight blues and velvety maroons jump out among the predominantly black color palette, and fringe accents can be spotted on the front-zip leather boots and various flowing frocks. From the industrial backdrop to the effortless-cool vibe the collection exudes, there is much to love about Marcus Wainwright and David Neville's latest lookbook. The oversized blazers are a perfect alternative to a strictly structured look, and we’re severely digging the wide-brim hat and thick, neck brace-like neckties.

    Leave it to the rag & bone boys to leave you hankering for a trip to the nearest rag & bone instead of an island vacay for your first 2014 travel treat. Click ahead to see it all.

    Photo: Courtesy of rag & bone

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