Though we haven’t seen too many varsity jackets for Fall 2011, this wool-blend variety from rag & bone is definitely one of the better ones. It features a wool-blend body and leather sleeves and is fitted with nylon lining. The ribbed striped collar, cuffs and hem contrast well with the grey shell. It’s made in the USA and comes in a slightly more relaxed fit to give room for layering.
We’re really liking this weekend bag from rag & bone’s pre-fall 2011 collection. It features a denim shell and a waxed canvas base, referencing rag & bone’s military and outdoor influences. This bag’s finished with thick woven handles and has one large compartment and a sturdy black zip with leather pull tabs to keep it all together.
From rag & bone comes their Wakefield high top boat shoes made from 100% leather. They feature hide laces and moccasin stitch detail at the toe as well as a leather heel pull and an embossed rag & bone logo at the ankle. The soft sand finish makes this boot extremely versatile and wearable as well.
The S/S 2012 collection from rag & bone is looking solid in these shots with plenty of plays on color and cuts. The collection is California-inspired but will appeal to a few different points of interest ranging from surf to Hollywood. Look for long coats, cropped trousers and a good mix of knits to make their way to stockists and rag & bone shops next spring. (via sxh)
New York’s rag & bone has released this cotton day pack, giving us a great looking backpack to utilize on our day trips over the coming months. It features leather detailing and a large main compartment, giving us a shell that looks good and is usable as well.
Odin, one of New York’s finest retailers, has teamed up with another NYC native — rag & bone — for this impeccable overcoat. Though single breasted, it’s off center and fitted with two buttons as well as an outside breast pocket. Other fine details include houndstooth satin sleeve lining, two inside pockets, interior piping detail and a hidden collar button.
rag & bone‘s fall collection is pretty serious, folks and their Wellington Trench reaffirms this for us. The double breasted wool trench comes in a heather green finish and packs an over-sized collar which is great protection for the current weather. Alongside the quality and craftsmanship, rag & bone’s fit is always impeccable. This is a must-have for the winter and don’t be surprised if you see this piece land in our annual holiday gift guide (coming soon).
On the heels of its 35th Anniversary year, Penfield has teamed up with rag & bone for a brand new, limited edition set of two men’s winter coats for Holiday 2010. The Penfield for rag & bone Mallory down jacket is based on Penfield’s classic Rockford silhouette and comes in two colorways, with updated fabrication and subtle design details created to complement and combine both brands’ distinctive, rugged aesthetic.
The Mallory’s available in black thornproof wool with contrasting corduroy shoulder yoke in black as well as a deep khaki shell with a dark olive cord shoulder yoke. Both jackets are lined with brown plaid, two front chest pockets, two lower welt pockets and custom co-branding on the inside.
Look for the Mallory jackets to hit select shops worldwide later this month and retail for $695 each. Some of the spots to find it include all rag & bone boutiques in NYC, their Tokyo flagship, Colette in Paris as well as online at Oki-Ni. This isn’t the first time the two iconic labels have teamed up and from looking at their success in the past, we doubt it’ll be the last.
Introducing rag & bone Crafted By Timberland Boot Company, a pretty solid offering of well-crafted boots. The detailing is everything you’d expect from these iconic brands. rag & bone has a rich history filled with thoughtful designs that are as wearable as they are timeless. Timberland has been protecting feet since the early 1900s and their footprint in the industry immense. We saw the collection in person last night and these images won’t do it justice, folks.
If you get a chance, head over to rag & bone’s Mercer Street location to see the collection first-hand.