Runway Review: Rag & Bone Spring 2014

Rag & Bone's David Neville and Marcus Wainwright gave another lesson in cool and effortless dressing for young women. Sportswear and workwear were once again combined to great effect. Every type of customer was covered - the sporty girl, the girl who lunches and the street style queen.

White was their color of choice, as it was for basically every designer whose collection we've seen the past two days. From bias cut dresses to 80s style blazers covering crop tops, every single piece was dripping with ease Rag & Bone is famous for.

What seemed most fresh to me were the vintage sportswear influences visible in oversized deep V sweaters that looked like pieces the 21st century Daisy Buchanan would play golf in (a guy can dream).

As per usual, there was a lot of downtown cool going. Leather pants and crop tops, overalls (a.k.a street style magnets) and shiny velvet dresses and trackpants. And can I say just say, the accessories were amazing! Practical cross body bags, flatforms (I kid you not) and quirky roundframes. They gave every single look that extra dose of cool.

It seems that the designer duo's unique mixture of the best of English and American fashion proved to be a success, yet again. Kudos!

Photos from Style.com

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