Girls star Zosia Mamet traded in her character's Juicy sweats for the day and sat front row at Rebecca Taylor's F/W '14 Fashion Week presentation at the Highline Stages on Saturday, Feb 8. The New Zealand designer once again delivered a covet worthy collection chock full of wearable separates and the flirty dresses we know and love.
Inspired by Parisian graffiti artist Philipe Baudelocque, tough femininity was once again at the center of the collection. Taylor also mixed fabrics frequently featuring mesh, brocade, leather, cashmere and wool. Pastels abounded as Taylor used several innovative patterns throughout the collection. In particular, a black and white paint splattered print on several jackets stood out.
"A lot of texture, I have a black and white print that was inspired by [Baudelocque], I have a coat that's just pieced together, I call it my jigsaw coat, just different textures, different colors,” Taylor told NY1.
The collection as a whole blended effortlessly, proving that Taylor's taste and sensibility is like no other. She's also a pro at layering, with many of her looks containing three pieces. Several looks mixed it up with oversized tops and tiny bottoms. Highlights included an oversized boxy lavender wool coat, a puffy bomber paired with slouchy slacks, a mesh long sleeve top paired with flower brocade pants, and a dropwaisted white dress with cutouts and a tiered bottom.
Makeup was relatively sparse except for a matte red lip, which was paired perfectly with stick straight hair.
Alexandra Finkel contributed reporting.