Rag & Bone Made Coogi-Inspired Knits for Fall ’14

Last night on the ritzy runways of NYFW, Rag & Bone kept things distinctly Brooklyn in a very B.I.G. way and sent out Coogi-inspired knits for their fall 2014 collection. Bookended by rich shearling overcoats and sharply-tailored suiting, designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville presented sweaters, pencil skirts and a full dress in the signature squiggly knit that ruled mid-late 90s style. While Style.com identified the looks as ‘Cosby sweaters’, we prefer to ascribe this swag to the Notorious B.I.G..Take a closer look at the knockout knits below and while you’re in the spirit of Coogis and all-things-90s, read our FADER 73 Icon Issue dedicated to the late, great Biggie Smalls and read our FADER 61 interview with Groovy Lew, the legendary stylist who dressed Brooklyn’s larger-than-life rapper.


POSTED February 8, 2014 5:13PM IN STYLE NEWS Comments (3) TAGS: , ,

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  1. The sweaters are a collabo between Rag and Bone and Coogi. The fabric was made in Australia for Rag and Bone by Coogi.

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  3. vic says:

    Glad I was able to read the commentary stating that the Coogi inspired items at the rag and bone show was in collaboration with Coogi.The attempt still remains unimaginative and disappointing and lacked the innovation and studied creativity expected from one of my favorite brands.I’m just saying.I still love ya !