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Backstage at Rag and Bone Men's Fashion Week 2014 (Photos)

The music was pumping as models stepped on the runway at the Rag & Bone Menswear show in a collection replete with oversized coats, fisherman's sweaters, and indigenous accents.

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Rag & Bone took over a gallery space in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City on Tuesday night to present their Fall/Winter 2014 Mensware collection. As the music pumped, models took to the runway to present an entire line inspired by vintage army and workman outfits. The relaxed fit suits, fisherman sweaters, and oversized coats, all in muted colors, were accented with indigenous prints, war medals, and oversized bags. Even a few handsome ladies modeled selected looks, proving that menswear isn't just for the boys. Here, models rehearse before the runway show.

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Industry insiders get a sneak peak of the entire men's collection before the fashion show.

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In sync with the beats of the music, portfolio and lookbook images appear on the walls as each model walks down the runway.

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A model enters the runway during rehearsal.

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Film crews document behind the scene footage of the show.

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A spectator waits backstage before the Rag & Bone Fall/Winter 2014 Menswear Collection show.

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Models are given a last minute refresher before they present the collection to the audience.

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A model backstage.

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The models wait their turn to hit the runway. This season's collection featured muted tones and oversized suits.

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Vintage army looks dominate the runway with camo prints and earth-tone fisherman sweaters accessorized with medals.

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Menswear models wait backstage for their turn to be dressed.

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Conductor stripes are found on numerous garmants.

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Fifties-inspired shirt and oversized suits are also a big look for the collection.

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Indigenous prints are paired with pinstriped suits while sporty jackets are paired with tailored trousers.

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One model takes a break backstage between rehearsal and the show.

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Oversized leather bags are carried by various models.

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The surprising indigenous prints are carried over into accessories.

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A few women model the menswear collection proving that the line can cross boundaries.

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The print vests work well for both men and women.

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Backstage models prepare to take the runway.