The 2019 Photo Project is a yearlong campaign intended to capture the rawness and authenticity of New York City’s subcultures. Lensed by photographer Quentin de Briey, the series will progress each month with looks from the current collection shot on locals who represent the diversity and spirit of rag & bone.
Why Can’t We Get Along
The new short film, which was shot in one day, features an eclectic mix of talent from the worlds of cinematography, music, choreography, dance, and film. Alongside Elgort and Mara, rag & bone tapped eight members of the American Ballet Theater, three HipLet Ballerinas, YouTube sensation Kandi Reign, and three members of Bulletrun Parkour.
Directed by John Turturro, featuring John Turturro and Bobby Cannavale. The film takes place in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and features an improvised conversation about a man’s particularity for his hair.
2016 Photo Project
Collaborates with photographer Andreas Laszlo Konrath on a Men’s Photo Project. The fall outing encompasses an eclectic cast of eight men. Connecting with personalities and entertainers such as Wiz Khalifa, Mark Hamill, and David Alexander Flinn, Konrath captures a stripped down series of images.
Marking Michael Pitt’s directorial debut, The Driver was shot in New York City, with Pitt and Astrid Berges-Frisbey playing the lead roles. THE DRIVER is a film noir, contemplating the darker side of chasing the American dream.
Study of movement featuring Mikhail Baryshnikov and Lil Buck.