Rag & Bone Spring 2012: Surfer-Rock, Technicolor Cool

Rag & Bone's spring collection, referencing music festivals and retro surfers and presented with a soundtrack by Thom Yorke, fits the brand's It-girl base to a tee.

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A look from Rag & Bone's spring collection.
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Rag & Bone's spring collection, referencing music festivals and retro surfers and presented with a soundtrack by Thom Yorke, fits the brand's It-girl base to a tee. On the runway, the looks boasted an orange sherbert and turquoise palette.
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The over-arching vibe was pure sport, inspired by '70s-era surfers -- parachute skirts seemed to be the most far-fetched iteration of the idea.
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Athletic detailing combines with vaguely grunge-like florals and long, flowing silhouettes.
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Designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville identify spring as "classic Rag & Bone," and the season's distinct cool-girl jock flows seamlessly from the label's staples -- case in point: a piped jacket over layered sheer panels.
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Urbane prints on a racer-back tank and pajama pants.
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The designers played with textures, pairing citrus silks -- tied up with drawstring, in this instance -- with blue-hued tweed.
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A poncho subtly references current trends with the update of a sheer hemline.
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A crocheted sweater with a vintage feel paired with boyish, two-tone shorts.
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A highly-styled hodgepodge of bikini tops, asymmetric hemlines and a menswear-inspired overcoat.
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An unexpected combination of crochet with an athletic bra top and old-school plastic zipper.
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