Runway Report: Rag & Bone

Rag & Bone took cues from late '90s halter dresses and "Little House on the Prairie."

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Rag & Bone's David Neville and Marcus Wainwright may have acknowledged "Little House on the Prairie" as their primary inspiration for spring 2014, but the designers were clearly taking cues from the 1990's, with barely-there slip dresses, spaghetti straps and naval-bearing crop tops.
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There were, of course, the familiar Rag staples: the crisp tailored blazer, the work-ready button-down oxford. But we are especially keen on the brand's latest crop of swishy skirts, like this playful white number in a knee-skimming length.
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Similar to last season, layering played an important role in the brand's latest outing. Here, a velvety keyhole halter dress was paired with a sheer long sleeve top with exposed seams. We dig the dress, but are less crazy about the goggle-like sunnies.
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A peachy pencil skirt with a sheer panel at the knee added a girlish twist to a structured white overcoat and black tee.
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Easily our favorite look from the spring lineup was this pitch perfect pair of white overalls, which Neville and Wainwright layered over a black halter tee.
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There was something charmingly breezy about this sheer floral embroidered halter dress.
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Okay, we get it, crop tops aren't going anyhwere for spring 2014. Here, a feminine floral pencil skirt gets toughened up with a black crop top and rugged moto vest.
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Sporty mesh is trending for spring, and while we may not feel confident enough to hit the sidewalks in this sheer black confection, we like the idea of it layered over a swimsuit come summertime.
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Neville and Wainwright usually work with more somber hues, so this perky pink slip dress felt refreshingly bright.
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As for beauty, Gucci Westman of Revlon gave models a super-saturated orange lip that added a modern punch to the '90s-era looks.
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