Rag & Bone is not just pulling out the new styles for the women this season. They also released quite a few colored pairs ranging from pale pastels to ones that have a really bold hue for their RBX15 fit.
They have the Vintage Mint (above), Aqua (photo 2), Bluebird (photo 3), and the Georgia Peach (photo 4). I surprisingly have quite a liking towards the Vintage Mint. I find the color to be perfect for Summer, worn cuffed with a grey T and brown boots. You can click here to purchase these jeans from the Rag & Bone website.
Miranda Kerr was spotted out and about in New York. She wore a pair of Nobody Rebel Leggings in Vintage with a pair of Isabel Marant Betty sneakers in Olive. I was hoping to see Miranda wear these jeans again. I always found the wash to have a lot of depth and be very versatile.
When it comes to the Marant sneakers, I have to say that the Bettys work better with denim, while the Bekket, Willow, and many other velcro pairs work better with leather. Something about the higher ankle cut of the velcro pairs just seem more suited for leather pants, in my opinion. You can click here to purchase Nobody Denim from their website.
The pair of skinny leather pants that I have been hoping Current/Elliott would design, finally came true. Ever since I saw their Skinny Leathers from the past couple of seasons, I was hoping for them to be reproduced with ankle zippers.
This style currently comes in two colors, the classic black and in a military green. I do have a feeling that these will be released in a few more colors. Only time will tell though. You can click here to pre-order both the black and military green at NeimanMarcus. Hurry over and get your pair now. Just like every other pair of their leather pants, these are sure to sell out quickly. Even at its pre-order status.
There are many great pieces in this shoot which is why I wanted to feature it. Those True Religion Casey Suede pants (above), the Rag & Bone Skinny in Rock with Holes (photo 2), and the Gaultier jacket (photo 4) are the standout pieces for me. You can see the rest of the shoot below.