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rag & bone SS16 backstage
Imaan Hammam (DNA) backstage at rag & bone SS16Photography Paolo Musa

Watch a fashion show get shot by 64 GoPros at once

This new film from rag & bone features aerial shots of Brooklyn, close-ups of models and a time-lapse of the brand’s SS16 show

While based in New York and carrying a distinct whiff of Brooklyn cool, rag & bone girl’s roots are in England. In fact, the brand’s Marcus Wainwright and David Neville met at boarding school; something which is evident in their casual appropriation of English tailoring and sportswear. However other aspects of English life were referenced in their latest collection, including the Notting Hill Carnival, which inspired the neon yellow knitted tube dresses. 

Brooklyn is where Wainwright, one half of the brand’s design duo, now calls home and it’s where its SS16 show took place – within the industrial confines of St. Ann’s warehouse. The event itself was tracked with an original composition by Thom Yorke (another English public school boy), which was performed by the Brooklyn Youth Choir and saw former Dazed cover girls Lineisy Montero and Binx Walton take to the catwalk.

This video, shot exclusively using GoPro cameras (64 of them), captures the spirit of the show, with aerial shots of Brooklyn, close-ups of models and time-lapses of the show itself. Presenting the rag & bone girls, class of SS16...

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