During the marathon-in-heels that is NYFW, it's easy to get overwhelmed and see all the runways as one big blur (yes, even on day two). But when the lights go down and the music comes up at rag & bone, we always take special note because we know what walks down on models will later be seen on everyone in some shape or form, come production time. And for spring '14 the same holds true.
We can see its low-back, knee-length frocks in pinks, blues, and smoky purples working equally well at brunch and party time. The low-slung trousers going from the office to an event, and the crop tops, well, suffice it to say, they're not going anywhere for a while, either. The offering was pointedly '90s in a distinct Calvin Klein way, but of course with the Neville and Wainwright twist that means the clothes are way more badass than they are Aqua's "Barbie Girl." Evidence? White leather overalls. We rest our case.