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NYFW Spring 2014: Rebecca Taylor, Red Valentino & more


Everything’s light and ethereal at Rebecca Taylor this season: mesh, washed-out florals, metallics and pastels. It all blends together into a floaty, romantic look, but the construction of some pieces (like the cropped jackets and motorcycle pants) keep everything grounded… you’re left with a sort of “urban fairy” thing going on. Cool.


I’ve been loving Red Valentino‘s collections, and how can you not? Everything about it is darling – which actually, would be the biggest issue if that’s not your style. This is not a collection for people wanting edge – this is for people who revel in fantasy, those of us who love fairy tales, the people who want to feel like a princess.

Of note: Sugary, not saccharine, style; bows, straps, embroidery, and other detailing on footwear, very short skirts reminiscent of a child’s party dress – think The Nutcracker?



This was definitely the weirdest collection of NYFW, in my opinion. I don’t mean that as an insult, though – I’m pretty sure this was intentional. From the model’s slicked back hair and deep-set eyes, to the sharply cut clothes and the elemental prints, I get an eerie feeling, like these are clothes from another planet. I’m a sucker for sharp, architectural structuring in clothing and I definitely love strange prints, so this was right up my alley.


Of note: No superfluity, strappy heels (either simple or complex, but never cluttered), unexpected cutouts, high hemlines, marble print.


I got WAY too excited when I saw that pink patent leather (rubber?) jacket. I don’t even like baby pink, but in such an edgy fabric, it looks too cool.  I’m definitely a fan of Sally LaPointe and her sexy take on femininity. I look forward to seeing more in the coming years.

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  1. […] out the most and that is none other than MESH!  Seen on the runways at Milly, Emilio Pucci, Rebecca Taylor, and so many others, nothing seems more fresh and right now than adding some fun mesh into your […]

  2. Charolette Charolette

    You put a lot of thought into that. An outstanding start for 2014!

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