Its home again, to the blue-collar working towns and their roots in the Appalachian, for label Rag & Bone. While previous collections have seen a influx of militarism and base-layer basics, designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville marked a clear direction for Summer/Spring 2011 with a slew of denim work-wear inspired silhouettes right at the start of their men’s collection runway show. Relaxed and loose, the fits seemed to also dictate an image of workers at rest and at break, rather the usual interpretation of them at work. As a whole, the collection is one of homage to its roots and a experimental set to test new waters. More on the Rag & Bone Spring/Summer Men’s 2011 Collection via Juncture.