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MARTIN GREENFIELD


Martin Greenfield is the keeper of the rapidly disappearing art of handmade tailoring, crafting suits for companies like Neiman Marcus and Brooks Brothers and, once upon a time, for customers like Bill Clinton and the late Paul Newman. A holocaust survivor, Greenfield has been working at the factory since 1947 when he started as a floor boy. In the late 1970's he purchased the company and he now turns out old-school tailoring like very few others do.

Not one to live in the past, Greenfield is also working with younger, fashion-minded designers such as Rag and Bone and Band of Outsiders, who sought him out for his mastery of the art of tailoring. Martin Greenfield suits are available at both the Soho and West Village rag & bone boutiques in New York City, where trained sales staff can provide both made-to-measure and off the rack suiting.


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Soho - Mens & Womens
119 Mercer Street
New York, New York 10012
212-219-2204


West Village - Mens
100 Christopher Street
New York, New York 10014
212-727-2990

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BOLLMAN HAT FACTORY


Rag & Bone has proudly been partnering with Bollman Hat Company since 2006. The oldest hat company in America, the factory is renowned for quality product, and maintains its reputation as one of the leading hat factories in America. The employee-owned company has passed down the craft through four generations of employees, continuing the tradition of craftsmanship and excellence that it is known for.

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LANA CHUN


Lana Chun has a unique passion for illustration and painting which was recognized by the designers of rag & bone, David Neville and Marcus Wainwright. They commissioned her to produce a series of sketches directly inspired by looks from the rag & bone Spring 2011 runway show. Lana used her signature linear drawing style to reveal the juxtaposition of graphic undergarments and hardware against delicate layers of chiffon and thoughtfully pieced jackets. The resulting sketches represent the diverse underpinnings of the Spring 2011 collection, the toughness of desert warfare, balanced with the exploration of lingerie and the female form.

Lana moved to graduated from the Parsons School of Design and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2007. She has since been featured in WWD for her senior thesis collection, and multiple blogs such as Teen Vogue, L Magazine, Daily Fashion and The Fashion Informer. You can find more of Lana Chun's work on her website at www.lanachun.net.

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MARK BORTHWICK


With Mark Borthwick at the helm of photography and art direction, rag & bone produced a series of photographs that illuminates Borthwick’s perspective on rag & bone’s identity. Shot in New York, these images feature the Spring 2010 collection styled by Vanessa Reid, and feature text reflecting the season’s design inspiration. More than a traditional photography book, the rag & bone/Borthwick look book offers the reader an intimate look at the artistic process, and encourages their interaction, with blank, lined and perforated pages distributed sporadically throughout, inviting the reader to add their own thoughts or sketches, or to take something from this creative journal and insert a piece into their own.

Personalities photographed for the project include supermodels Jessica Stam and Edita Vilkeviciute, Vogue’s Sally Singer, renowned hair stylist Julien d’Ys, and numerous inspiring models, friends and family of both rag & bone’s designers and Mark Borthwick. The eclectic mix of participants furthers the depth of this very real look into the heart of rag & bone through the eyes of Borthwick and Reid.




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