Since Jennie McCormick took over as Chief Merchandising & Design Officer of Rag & Bone last year, she’s been working on solidifying the brand’s basics. This season, she introduced playful additions like sequins, hardware details, and mixed-media embellishments to her lineup of great jeans and staple cardigans.
New York City has always been the heart and soul of Rag & Bone, but this season McCormick decided to leave the city behind. “The collection represents the city meeting the countryside,” the designer said. “It’s a real expansion of lifestyle—we’re showing more outerwear as well as things that can work as alternatives to traditional tailoring.”
Standouts from the collection included the label’s first real foray into eveningwear—a casual yet elegant slip-on dress made of viscose and metal yarn—that McCormick and the team suggest styling with one of R&B’s edgy studded leather belts. The barrel-legged jeans got a real textural update through a quilted diamond jacquard pattern that added an element of dimension to the classic style. The 100% cotton Miramar jeans, which have recently gone viral on TikTok for their sweatpants-like look and feel, have inspired a whole new range; there’s now a matching jacket and pants made from the ultra-comfortable material.