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Held at St. Ann’s Warehouse, a non-profit performing arts space in Brooklyn, Rag & Bone’s Spring/Summer ’16 collection and runway show focused on the revival of youth. Designers David Neville and Marcus Wainwright found inspiration in their own teenage memories of attending the Notting Hill Carnival in London as well as the venue’s history of hosting iconic musicians, such as Lou Reed. Sporty silhouettes in hues of black and neon yellows brought us back to carefree youthful summer days, while more refined white knitwear and silky bomber jackets elevated the collection, reminding us that adults, too, can sit back, relax, and have fun.
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