If there's one trend that defines fashion right now, it's nostalgia. And while plenty of designers are doing the glamorous periods from icons past ('60s Mary Quant, '70s Bianca Jagger, '80s Madonna), there are a few bad bananas among us who haven't yet found their personal style heroes manifested on the runway. Enter: Rag & Bone's spring collection, that drew upon '90s club kids, '70s surfer bros, and '00s music festival-goers for inspiration—the much-cooler 'anti-glamour' crowd, if you will. Shiny raver pants, hooded ponchos, psychedelic patchwork prints abound in the layered, mix-matched, tomboyish perfection we love about Rag & Bone clothes, all set to tunes recorded specially by Thom Yorke.
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