Rag & Bone opens boutique at Bal Harbour Shops

 

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Rag & Bone, the fashion brand known for melding classic tailoring with a modern, edgy New York aesthetic, has opened its first South Florida boutique at Bal Harbour Shops.

The brand, by Marcus Wainwright and David Neville, offers men's and women's ready to wear, shoes and accessories collections.

Rag & Bone also has retail locations in New York; Washington, D.C.; Boston; Los Angeles; Dallas; Greenwich, Conn.; Aspen, Colo.; Tokyo; London; and Seoul. The brand is also available in other high-end boutiques and department stores in 39 countries worldwide.

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