As another cold day in the city left most of the audience in coats and boots, Rag & Bone designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville sent their latest collection down the runway to the catchy mixings of Thom Yorke. As the beat throbbed at maximum volume, Rag & Bone’s men took to the runway in relaxed layers of wool and tweed that were fashion-forward, yet accessible for today’s market. Dressed in navy, burgundy, gray and forest green, the collection yielded a specific color palette, but embraced spontaneity with an onslaught of mix and match prints. Amongst camouflage, fairisyle and checks, plaid made a powerful impact, dressing elongated button-downs that doubled as personality-driven accessories. Meanwhile, leather piping and a playful use of texture gave way to one of Rag & Bone’s strongest collections to date. Altogether, crafting a unique vision for the season, Wainwright and Neville turned out a wonderful collection of dynamic separates, but also an excellent style guide with thanks to Vanessa Reid.