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Rag & Bone Fall 2011 Runway Review

If wearing contrasting prints is going to be a huge trend for Spring, It’s going to be an even bigger one for Fall, as exhibited by the Rag & Bone Fall 2011 collection. The collegiate feel was obvious in the varsity-inspired jackets and the soccer kneepad leg warmers; a sporty prep girl style with lots of bright color, including pops of red and electric blue; plaids and striped prints were paired with colorful solids for an Oxford girl-gone-bad look.

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While the majority of the collection had a vintage, Ivy League feel, some of the looks seemed completely modern and out of this world. Monochromatic dresses in white were a little space agey compared to the other scholarly looks, but they added variety to the lineup.

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Some of the key pieces included schoolgirl skirts in grey and tailored wool jackets in soft colors. A few coat styles had fur collar embellishments and others were shown in a preppy tweed. Overall, these were the standout pieces of the collection and will probably be the most wearable for the ready-to-wear market.

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Photos: Vincenzo Grillo, IMAXtree

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