Rag & Bone’s spring lookbook features an all-star, multigenerational cast from the ’80s supermodel-turned-Instagram scribe Paulina Porizkova to the actors Annabelle Dexter Jones and Hopper Penn to the model Kendall Harrison. Marcus Wainwright, who founded Rag & Bone 20 years ago as a resource for American denim and British tailoring and who for the last few years has been steering the company back in that direction, asked them all to put together their own looks for the photos.
The idea was to drive home the honesty and integrity of the collection. These are not clothes made for the runway or for social media posturing. They aren’t even really the kinds of clothes you’d buy for the office, but the sorts of things you’d pull on after a work day or pack for the weekend: denim and chambray, Hawaiian shirts, tie-dyed thermals, and, with an eye to R&B’s Y2K-adjacent origins, shrunken proportions on everything from tees to little sweaters. Rounding it all out: sharp leather jackets and smartly cut blazers that showcase the brand’s two decades of expertise in the category.