Rag & Bone Pop-In, New Private Label Collection at Nordstrom

Now that the Anniversary Sale is over, here’s what’s happening at our fave department store
By: Lauren Mang | Posted August 06, 2014
Rag & Bone looks (clockwise): pajama jean, paint-splatter top, cropped sweater, and the Newbury bootie

So you shopped to your heart’s content during Nordstrom’s annual Anniversary Sale. (Hopefully you found some of our style editor Ali Brownrigg’s handy shopping tips helpful.) And now you’re thinking the spending party is over. Oh, how wrong you are.

Last week Nordstrom launched its inaugural give-back private label brand called Treasure & Bond, which brims with basics like washed denim (all under $100, fyi), lived-in plaid shirts, tees perfect for lounging and those ultimate outfit completers: moto jackets. What’s cool about T&B is that five percent of its net profits will go to a good cause (re: nonprofits that work to empower women and girls). Shop the line from now until December 2014, and your dollars will aid Girls Inc., an organization that helps girls in the U.S. and Canada to develop confidence and resist peer pressure through informal educational programs. Find these ultra-affordable wardrobe staples in Nordstrom’s TBD department at the downtown flagship (and 85 other stores across the country) or on its website.

Treasure & Bond boyfriend jeans and Treasure & Bond plaid shirt; courtesy of Nordstrom

Moving along. A pop-in of epic proportions hit the downtown flagship and Bellevue Square locales on Friday, August 8 and lasts until Saturday, September 7. Pop-in@Nordstrom x Rag & Bone will offer a curated selection—all courtesy of Olivia Kim, Nordstrom’s director of creative projects—of Rag & Bone’s Fall 2014 women’s and men’s collections, including the Gracie Dress, the RB x Coogi cropped sweater, the Paloma blazer and those kinda-crazy-but-we-want-them jean-print sweatpants. As for shoes and accessories, styles such as the Wyatt sandal and the Harrow boot, and the Bradbury Flap Hobo handbag are part of the pop-in party. Plus, Kim has pulled a few Rag & Bone collectible items into the mix, such as a very cool brass lighter and wooden bottle opener. Shop it in store or at nordstrom.com/pop till September 7. 

And finally, come February 2015 (ack, 2015!), the luxe department store is launching a Nordstrom Signature collection collab with Caroline Issa, the fashion director at London-based fashion magazine Tank. Known for her impeccable street style, the collection will launch with 25 ready-to-wear styles that dabble in timeless—knits and cashmeres, structured jackets and trousers—and trendy in the $225 to $2,995 price range. Look for the Nordstrom Signature x Caroline Issa line in its high-end Collectors department. The collection will refresh year-round with spring, pre-fall and resort styles. Happy shopping!

A trend board for the Caroline Issa collection