Rag & Bone

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Since its foundation in New York in 2002, Rag & Bone has played a significant role in the fashion industry for almost two decades. With a British man at the helm, Mr. Marcus Wainwright, the company’s core values were high-end English tailoring combined with a more compound and snazzy 'New York' style of layering and design. Rag & Bone still lives up to the same principles the company started with: the sophistication of timeless British tailoring, the authenticity of casual American workwear, and the rich originality of New York City.

In the early days, Rag & Bone provided men’s clothing and then quickly added a women’s collection, which is now the main focus of the business. The company has grown greatly in the intervening years, and nowadays operates more than 30 retail stores across America, as well as outlets in London, Tokyo, Dubai, Seoul, Taipei, and Hong Kong. Today, the Rag & Bone’s product line includes a comprehensive range of women’s and men’s ready to wear, footwear and a large collection of accessories. Inspired by a genuine desire to create high-quality and beautifully crafted clothes and accessories, Rag & Bone utilizes the most effective techniques and highest grade materials. Such a strong attention to beautiful craftsmanship and sophisticated details results in a unique story for the brand.

About

In 2002, having no design background, Marcus Wainwright and David Neville, two Englishmen in New York, founded a company named Rag & Bone which is meant to be one of the most trusted and respected brands in the fashion industry. The young enthusiasts were striving to create high-quality clothes with an elegant yet stylish look. Originally offering a menswear line, Rag & Bone has won many awards and hundreds of devoted fans for their superior jeans, understated blouses, slouchy knits, and awesome shoes. Currently, Rag & Bone offers high-end clothing and accessories for both men and women, staying a market leader in the latest fashion trends across the US and globally.

Rag & Bone has quickly got the attention of thousands of sophisticated enthusiasts for its simple yet elegant and high-quality designs. In 2006, the brand was a finalist in the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) Vogue Fashion Fund contest and received the CFDA Emerging Talent and Swarovski awards in 2007. In three years, Rag & Bone won one of the most prestigious fashion awards, the CFDA Menswear Designer of the Year. Today, Rag & Bone presents Quality Guaranteed, an innovative program aimed at replacing or refunding products that don’t meet its quality standards.

History

Rag & Bone was founded in 2002 by Marcus Wainwright, British by origin, who was inspired to create timeless, essential wearing that would not depend on constantly changing fashion trends. The company’s core principle has been to build products that last— and not only in terms of their toughness. Rag & Bone was officially launched in 2004 with a collection of men’s wear, and the women’s line presented in a year. In 2005, Wainwright’s school friend David Neville joined Rag & Bone, and since 2006, the brand’s rise has been nothing short of meteoric.

Rag & Bone began as a wholesale manufacturer, selling their products to big retailers. In 2008, once Marcus Wainwright received a bit of advice from Ralph Lauren, the brand decided to open its first store, in a former coffee shop in the West Village. Nowadays, Rag & Bone has a large number of stores in the US and worldwide, including Tokyo, London, Hong Kong, Seoul, just to name a few. The company’s high-end range of clothes stays popular among affluent and fashion-minded customers, who wish to keep up to date with the latest fashion trends.

Rag & Bone has always been associated with utmost quality products that bring prestige due to their rich design, high cost, and association with world-famous celebrities. The brand remains true to its founding principles, even if they set them apart from all the rest in the industry. Rag & Bone stands by the idea that being dressed in something original, timeless and quality-crafted will surely make people feel happier than wearing something low-end and budget-friendly.