The show kicks off with live drummers playing a strong and almost tribal beat, that teamed perfectly with the militant wear that followed. There was an action movie feel to this catwalk.

A palette of army colours used, Dark blues, black, greys and Khaki with a bright Orange mix. And hints of burgundy. Then a bright surge of whites, yellows and blues. All used in a range of knit Jumpers, Parker coats, bomber jackets, track suit bottoms and checkered shirts to name a few. 

 The women’s wear had a continuous drapey cut finish (below). Some of which represents the look of having a shirt tied round the waist. And trousers with side slits.

There was large turn ups on trousers and use of stunning white boots that caught my attention.

The whole collection had a military feel with a 90s/early 00s edge. All creating the Rag and Bone army.



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