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When we walked into the Rag & Bone menswear presentation at 82 Mercer Street in Soho, we were greeted by blasting music setting the mood. A few minutes past 12:30pm, the dim lights suddenly illuminated and the crowd of spectators rushed to the left side of the room to see the first model come down the runway
The collection, which was layered for the coldest weather, started off very dark and strong. It lightened up once olive greens, shades of browns, and burgundies began to appear in the jackets, plaid shirts, and thick cashmere cardigans. Accessories seemed to be a huge focus in the show, including oversized scarves, warm hats, and fur gloves. The styling was impeccably done, and was accompanied by warm smiles from the crowd as they exited the building.—Trevor Swain
· All Fashion Week Fall 2010 coverage [Racked NY]
· Rag & Bone [Official Site]