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Rag & Bone Fall 2011 Fashion Show

Red and blue popped in the Rag & Bone fall 2011 fashion show, where long fishtail braids, met heavily layered tartan, stripes and shearling. Our favorite looks included a black and white bomber and kilt-inspired looking skirt. We're liking the use of colors in these looks.

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7 Responses to “Fashion Week Top Threes”

  1. Mish mish says:

    SO AWESOME!!!!

  2. Mira Mira says:

    So it’s not even spring yet and I’m anxious for fall? How dare me!

  3. RayRay says:

    Okay so as a self-proclaimed “fashionista” I am ALLS about New York Fashion Week. But, as a native resident of one of the dampest, rainiest climates this side of the Pacific Ocean, the Fall fashion lineup has always been somewhat bittersweet. “OMFG look at those killer suede booties on the Rodarte catwalk!” Yah, try wearing those in 3 inch puddles. “I just MUST have that Dennis Basso fur!” Ha! Good look rocking that more than ten feet before getting a soy- green latte thrown down your back from a hippie in neon birckenstocks. (I know from experience). And I am LIVING for the skin-tight to the ankle Richard Chai dresses but how on earth will I be able to bend down in order to slip my Hunters on and off? These are real world problems people! (Not). I know I’m being a total Debbie D but until “Fall” fashion can better encompass those cities who’s most significant fall fashion trend is a new umbrella, I just can’t get overly enthusiastic. But, that being said, werrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrk NY Fashion Week 2011, I can’t stay mad atchu.
    Sincerely,
    Bitter Betty

  4. jess bloom says:

    these top 3s are very useful for me and my ultra slow cambodian internet connection. hearty to the rescue, indeed.

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