SS22 coming soon

Rag & Bone was founded by Nathan Bogle and Marcus Wainwright. From its origins in New York in 2002, Rag & Bone instantaneously distinguished itself by combining British heritage with directional, modern design. Today, the brand has become synonymous with innately wearable clothing that innovatively melds classic tailoring with an edgy yet understated New York aesthetic.

Inspired by a desire to create beautifully constructed clothes, rag & bone prides itself in the time-honored techniques of supremely skilled, local manufacturers at some of the oldest factories in the country. The importance of quality, expert craftsmanship, and attention to detail resonated deeply, informing the brand’s core philosophy. 

With a downtown sensibility, signature clean silhouettes, and an inherent integrity, rag & bone continuously redefines urban style.

The showroom and the lookbook of the Spring and Summer collection of 2022 reflected the adjustments Wainwright and his team made throughout the pandemic. Arrayed on a table were chunky patterned turtleneck sweaters in three different colorways, as well as a camisole and brief sets in the same knit. Even if we’re all getting around a lot more, we still want to look cute on the couch. With that in mind, there was a rack of cashmere loungewear pieces in a more subdued palette than the cheeky tanks and knickers.

Equally, though, this was a collection designed for a life back in motion. Color-block puffers came with snaps up the sides in addition to the front, to adjust their shape, and some of the men’s button-downs were built the way technical brands design climbing shirts with roomy shoulders and sleeves, for ease of movement and—just as important—outdoorsy cred. Sneakers with a retro ’70s profile were made from recycled yarn composed of postconsumer plastic designed to look and feel like shearling—cozy and cool in the right combination.