Downtown-chic comes to MDD as edgy, ready-to-wear brand rag & bone opens their doors in the Miami Design District. The two-floor, 3,995-square-foot space houses a private client lounge — designed just for the store by rag & bone’s in-house Custom Fabrication Shop — along with expanded fitting rooms, bedecked in murals designed specifically for the space by artist 2Alas. Quirky touches like a vending machine dispensing temporary tattoos, stickers, and candy bring a bit of rag & bone’s effortless cool to the industrially designed space.


Rag & bone’s ongoing support of local and emerging artists is evident throughout the store, from the custom 3D installation by Boy Kong on the second floor stairway to their ongoing partnership series with Wynwood Walls in which the exterior walls will be changed bi-annually to highlight a new artist. (At opening, that artist is Polish contemporary artist 1010, whose mural is currently on display.)


Established in 2002 by boarding school roommates Marcus Wainwright and Nathan Bogle, rag & bone has always been about authentic style and relatable ready-to-wear. The brand’s first challenge before they launched (with no design experience!) was designing the perfect pair of men’s jeans; an endeavor that took 18 months to perfect. The result was rag & bone’s dedication to killer denim and all-around wearable fashion that is trademark of the brand.

Named for the impoverished peddlers of unwanted household goods of Great Britain in the 1800s, rag & bone’s DNA is beautiful construction, wearable clothing, and the fusion of edgy New York style and British attention to detail. Known for their impeccable denim, great booties, and easy knits, the rag & bone name is synonymous with effortlessly cool, model off duty style you’ll want in your closet. Check out rag & bone’s newest door, now open at MDD.

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