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Rag & Bone's Military Highland Fling

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The mood for the Rag & Bone women's fall/winter 2010 collection seemed a little lighter than the one at the menswear show, but the concept was still the same. Bloggers, who seemed to make up almost the whole crowd, posed for pictures and giggled with each other as if it were the first day of school.

Suddenly, the giant bubble lights went off. Seconds later, light fill the room, and out came model Kasia Struss. Covered in plaid, she set the Highland theme for the rest of the show. We saw kilts, cropped sweaters, tartan prints, and even larger scarves, all paired with leg warmers and sexy boots. Plaid prints then turned into camouflage towards the end, and the show finished with a flowy skirt worn by Iselin Steiro. Whether she goes plaid or camo, the woman shopping at Rag & Bone next fall will be very stylish and, more importantly, prepared for the harsh weather that's to come.—Trevor Swain
· Accessories Starred at the Rag & Bone Menswear Presentation [Racked NY]
· New York Fashion Week: Rag & Bone Fall 2010 [Coutorture]
· Rag & Bone [Official Site]

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