Recently, Rebecca Taylor’s Fall 2013 show took place at Highline Stages in the Meatpacking District. The collection was very edgy and feminine with flare accents, textured fabrics, shearling trims, pleats, and fitted looks. Colors such as plum, midnight blue, charcoal, petrol, oxblood, and olive were vividly displayed. The line was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s book called Loving Frank, which talks about his classic and modern architecture. It was also inspired by the British punk scene.
The entire collection was beautiful and highlights included an oxblood double-breasted jacket paired with a midnight blue turtleneck and petrol stretch leather pants, a midnight blue pleated tee paired with a bordeaux frayed tweed skirt, and a gray mélange parka paired with a charcoal stud sweatshirt and a midnight blue zippered slim trouser. All of the looks were structured, very wearable, and feminine with a touch of tomboy cool. Such a great combination of elements!