Rebecca Taylor's Fall/Winter 2012 collection can only be described as casual layering with rich textures and sultry hues. Abstract prints combined with accents like studs, sequins, and leather trims all combine as a wonderful mosaic to create a modern silhouette with an effortless tailored look.
The key look that one finds as the defining piece for Taylor’s Fall/Winter 2012 collection is this quilted cropped leather jacket layered over a tailored blazer with the teal accent color on the lapels; paired with an ankle cropped velvet trouser and a gold sequined top. The ensemble is quintessential New York ‘chic’, an effortless style that has an air of edginess yet still projects the feminine allure of every woman. Other notable pieces are the re-invented and modernized 80’s herringbone pattern coats, I still enjoy the textile in herringbone patterns, but Rebecca Taylor updates the look by giving it a sexier silhouette, that can be layered, rolled sleeve, and just has that youthful appeal.
I always enjoy attending a Rebecca Taylor runway show, every season nothing is expected, but at the same time the designer stays true to her aesthetic and her core audience- the effortlessly stylish woman, on the go but never lets the world see her less than her best!