Rag & Bone Boutique

Decked in frontier natty (wood floors, pressed tin ceilings, vintage gewgaws, etc), the NY label's first-ever boutique's hawking vintage-inspired threads from Victorian rainwear (the double-breasted Macintosh), to Edwardian outerwear (ash wool cutaway coats, black wool double-breasted waistcoats), to cashmere great coats, made popular during the Crimean War by the machinations of the military-sartorial complex.