Marcus Wainwright, the executive govt and artistic director of Rag & Bone, sat in his 13th Side road Rag & Bone studio, transformed for 2 days into two makeshift photograph studios to shoot 74 portraits, with all the chaos and confusion that entailed. At one facet, the photographer Glen Luchford labored a Polaroid digital camera the scale of a small automotive that churns out 20-inch-by-24-inch quick pictures on historic, swiftly expiring, no-longer-in-production movie. At every other, Frank Lebon coaxed his topics into bouncing on trampolines as he shot them on movie and an iPhone.
Out and in went pals and supporters from the whole process Rag & Bone’s 15-year historical past: Mikhail Baryshnikov and Thom Yorke, Keri Russell and Carmelo Anthony, and the fashions, monetary backers and artistic varieties who’ve championed the emblem over time. The painter Walton Ford, in a black Rag & Bone jacket, had simply completed his sitting.
“Now I’ve a brand new profession as a male fashion,” he mentioned cheerfully. “At 56.”
The entire portrait sitters wore Rag & Bone, most commonly its fall 2017 assortment, which they picked themselves (with slightly steering from a stylist). Mr. Wainwright conceived of the challenge as a birthday celebration of individuality, having soured reasonably at the conventional style…