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Rag & Bone Showed Its Softer, More '90s Side

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As those familiar with Rag & Bone are quick to point out, designers David Neville and Marcus Wainwright rely heavily on English tailoring, and borrow from the boys when clothing the girls. Not so much in the Spring 2014 collection. Instead, it's one part minimalist, two parts feminine, and all parts '90s throw back. That means tons of diaphanous fabric and slipdresses and spaghetti straps. That also means varsity sweaters with plunging necklines and crop tops and even shades of pink. Check out our favorites above.
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