This season, Rebecca Taylor continued her signature feminine, “what a girl wants” approach. “I feel like fashion and life are moving so quickly now that I really try to have consistency and continuity in the collection, rather than starting something different every time,” Taylor explained.

 

But it’s also about timing, she noted. Now, her customers are looking more for party dresses during November, rather than the traditional resortwear. So, she offered memorable mid-length dresses, from updated LBDs to a mixed lace and satin, pale pink number. For December, which seems to be the new “takeaway” month, Taylor had a feast with beautiful floral denim jackets, vintage-inspired little tops, ruffled off the shoulder taffeta  tops and dresses, pink jumpsuits, cutout ribbed knits and patchwork denim jeans. The big news in the lineup: girly printed, puff-sleeved sweaters with a drop shoulder. “I am feeling a broader silhouette,” the designer said.

 

“It’s all about giving [the client] more options in the things she loves,” Taylor feels. Mission accomplished.

By  on June 16, 2016

This season, Rebecca Taylor continued her signature feminine, “what a girl wants” approach. “I feel like fashion and life are moving so quickly now that I really try to have consistency and continuity in the collection, rather than starting something different every time,” Taylor explained.

 

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