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Marcus Wainwright and David Neville, the boys behind Rag & Bone, know a thing or two about creating compelling imagery. For instance, their latest campaign features none other than Winona Ryder. To give us a more in-depth look at their Fall ’14 collection, the pair teamed up with directors Colin Rich, Wendy Morgan, and Vern Moen to create three unique films. Moen’s project, a documentary that reveals what went on behind the scenes, debuts exclusively here. “We wanted to explore our womenswear show and collection from different focuses and perspectives, so we gave the directors full creative freedom,” Wainwright told Style.com. “The documentary was very fly-on-the-wall, so viewers will definitely get a real insight into the brand and what goes into the final few days and minutes before showtime,” Neville added. Join the Rag & Bone crew on their Fall ’14 journey—from the sewing room to the runway—above.
Rag & Bone is growing fond of the silver screen. Last season, the brand’s David Neville and Marcus Wainwright tapped emerging stars Léa Seydoux and Michael Pitt to feature in their gritty Glen Luchford-lensed campaign. For Spring ’14, they’ve followed up with Emile Hirsch (of Lone Survivor) and Stacy Martin, who got her big break in Lars von Trier’s controversial 2013 flick, Nymphomaniac. “We like the fact that Stacy’s still a little anonymous, which makes things less predictable,” Neville told Style.com. ” She’s definitely on the rise and we’re excited to see her career unfold. She also happens to look really cool in Rag & Bone,” he added. Two of the black-and-white ads, which, once again shot by Luchford, are set in downtown L.A., debut exclusively here, as does Rag & Bone’s moody womenswear film. In this role, however, Martin gets to keep her clothes on.
Tonight in New York, industry insiders and supporters such as Julianne Moore, Christina Ricci, and Diane von Furstenberg gathered at Spring Studios for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund’s annual gala. Earlier this year, the decade-old initiative, which provides financial support and mentorship for emerging fashion talents, selected ten semi-finalists for its 2013 prize. And this evening, following a speech by Tom Ford, on-the-rise menswear label Public School, designed by Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, took the top honor. “We’ve been having such a great year, we were happy just to be here with you,” said the designers during their acceptance speech—and they weren’t kidding about the great year bit. The pair also took the 2013 Swarovski Award for Menswear at the CFDAs in June. “To say we’re tremendously humbled is an understatement,” added the winners, who were chosen by a committee that included Reed Krakoff, David Neville, Marcus Wainwright, Anna Wintour, and Jenna Lyons, among others.
The runners up, too, expressed their excitement. “Being in this room and on this stage [with Tom Ford and Julianne Moore], I want to stay here forever,” said second runner up, jewelry designer Mark Alary. Juan Carlos Obando, who was named as the first runner up, offered some heartfelt words of gratitude. “The word thank you is very small. I found a word that is really true. It’s I love you, to all the judges.”
Pete Doherty Wants to Sell You Rusty Mustard Tins and Poems in a Bottle, Not Ready-to-Wear, at His New Shop, “Rag & Bone”-------
Rocker and former Kate Moss flame Pete Doherty—whom The Guardian describes as looking like a “damp, overworked cherub”—has opened a shop in Camden Market, where he’ll sell the bric-a-brac collected over the course of a rock ’n’ roll life. Its name: Doherty Martin & Co.: Rag & Bone Collection.
Borderline copyright infringement? Probably not. More likely that Doherty and the design duo of David Neville and Marcus Wainwright are both drawing on the British idiom—a rag-and-bone man is a junk collector. (The great Irish poet Yeats, too, once wrote of “the foul rag and bone shop of the heart.”) In any case, even though Rag & Bone moved their men’s show to London last season, it’s doubtful that Doherty’s venture poses much of a threat to their brand. And in Doherty’s defense, his is the likelier shop if you’re looking for a rag and/or a bone: Its stock comprises rusty mustard tins, old magazine clippings, and Doherty-penned poems in a bottle. David Neville and Marcus Wainwright had no comment on the quasi coincidence.
Hot on the heels of their London Collections: Men debut, Rag & Bone‘s Marcus Wainwright and David Neville unveil their very first menswear campaign, as well as their third series of womenswear ads. Lensed by Glen Luchford on the streets of New York, the black-and-white Fall ’13 snaps feature Michael Pitt (of Boardwalk Empire fame) and french actress Léa Seydoux. Aiming to capture “real moments,” the designers, whose previous two campaigns starred Kate Moss, gave their Fall faces no direction. “The premise was simply them in Rag & Bone, doing whatever came naturally,” said Neville. Take a first look at the gritty, moody shots here.