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Denim Defined: Rag & Bone/Jean

5 9 2012

 Rag & Bone Mila Short, 212 872 2887

In honor of Denim Week, we’ve asked our denim designers to tell us about their Spring Collections and what style they’re craving.

Rag & Bone shares their favorite denim style & care tips with 5th/58th

Jean shorts are a summer staple for the rag & bone girl and the Mila Short in Moss pays homage to the Queen of the denim cut-off, Kate Moss; the wash color is named after her.

Made in Los Angeles from 10 oz, 100% cotton Japanese denim, the Mila Short is heavily distressed for natural wear patterns. The stone wash and sanding brings out the softness of the fabric.  With a 1.5 inch inseam, the Mila Short’s destroyed finish features frayed edges and exposed pockets.

The Mila short is also available in Bright White Destroyed and Vermillion Destroyed. A mix of Japanese cotton and tencel is used along with a small amount of stretch Japanese denim, which gives a soft finish and comfortable fit.

Effortlessly cool, the Mila short looks best worn with a simple tank or a loosely tucked  in Tee and a great ankle boot like the Newbury.

An instant classic, the Mila Short will return in new colors next spring.

-  Rag & Bone

DENIM DEFINED: Rag & Bone/Jean
Join the Rag & Bone team as they help you find the right fit
Wednesday, May 9
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About Rag & Bone:
Evoking the image of a turn-of-the-century peddler, Rag & Bone was founded in 2001 with a focus on fundamentals in design and fabrication. Their denim-centric collection abounds with utilitarian-yet-elegant silhouettes in neutral shades that echo those in classic work wear. A deep commitment to history and the skills of generations of artisans has kept their operation entirely based in the US, ensuring their vision of the American marketplace.

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