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Tag: NYC

04.07.14

J’Adore: The Lace Sweatshirt

It’s starting to feel like spring in NYC (finally!) and my favorite item from the new collection - The Lace Sweatshirt - is taking a starring role in my spring wardrobe. I love how the melange grey feels light and feminine, and I wear it oversized for extra comfort- although some of the girls in the office prefer a more fitted look. I sometimes wear it over a striped top and let the stripes show through the lace insets for extra interest, and I love it with the Lace Skirt from the runway. It’s sport-inspired modern luxury and beyond trend, I can see myself wearing this for years to come!

J’Adore: The Lace Sweatshirt

It’s starting to feel like spring in NYC (finally!) and my favorite item from the new collection - The Lace Sweatshirt - is taking a starring role in my spring wardrobe. I love how the melange grey feels light and feminine, and I wear it oversized for extra comfort- although some of the girls in the office prefer a more fitted look. I sometimes wear it over a striped top and let the stripes show through the lace insets for extra interest, and I love it with the Lace Skirt from the runway. It’s sport-inspired modern luxury and beyond trend, I can see myself wearing this for years to come!

05.09.13

With Glittering Eyes
Last night I was completely enchanted by the New York City Ballet Spring Gala. My favorite performance of the night was Glass Pieces… riveting music, a beautiful colour story, and creative choreography which really showcased the fantastic male dancers.  —costumes by Ben Benson, music by Phillip Glass, choreography by Jerome Robbins.
I’ve been taking advantage of the culture of NYC and find it’s always, endlessly, fascinating. There is an interesting performance art piece with an intriguing horror story vibe: Sleep No More. The less said about it the better as it’s really something to be experienced first hand…
New York City Ballet
Sleep No More

With Glittering Eyes

Last night I was completely enchanted by the New York City Ballet Spring Gala. My favorite performance of the night was Glass Pieces… riveting music, a beautiful colour story, and creative choreography which really showcased the fantastic male dancers.  —costumes by Ben Benson, music by Phillip Glass, choreography by Jerome Robbins.

I’ve been taking advantage of the culture of NYC and find it’s always, endlessly, fascinating. There is an interesting performance art piece with an intriguing horror story vibe: Sleep No More. The less said about it the better as it’s really something to be experienced first hand…

New York City Ballet

Sleep No More

02.11.13

Fall 2013 Runway Show: Behind The Scenes

Saturday, February 9th. Highline Stages, New York City

Photos by Kristen Somody Whalen, Michael Turek, and Tim Kitchen

To see the video of the Fall 2013 Runway Show, click here.

02.10.13

Street Style: RT in RT


Seen in Rebecca Taylor, outside our Fall 2013 Runway show.

Photographs by Phil Oh


Lindsey Frugier, Market Editor, W, in the Fringe Mesh Pullover
Kelly Framel, Blogger, The Glamourai, in the Pintuck Dress
Aimee Song, Blogger, Song of Style, in the Tweed Top
Amri Kibbler, Senior Fashion Editor, Cosmopolitan, in the Aztec Chiffon Top and Tweed Moto
Becky Malinsky, Market Editor, Glamour, in the Crepe Skirt
Gina Kelly, Senior Fashion Editor, Seventeen, in the Frayed Fit and Flare Dress
Laura Ellner, Blogger, On the Racks, in the Crepe Romper
Jaclyn Cobourn, Fashion Assistant, Vanity Fair, in the Mesh Crew
Mayte Allende, Freelance Fashion Editor, in the Bleached Denim Dress with Fluted Sleeve

02.03.13

Work, in progress ... our
Swatches of fabric set the tone for color stories.  This one is
Senior Designer Mei at work in the studio
In the last few days before the show, every sequin counts.
Embroidery designer Vien stitches at her desk.
We have some great coats planned for this season...getting the fit perfect...
Our fit model Nicole from Latvia knows a thing or two about coats... love her feedback.
Rebecca with Marianna, perfecting the pleats on a skirt.

The Making of the Fall 2013 Collection

The Fall 2013 Collection is shaping up:   from a beginning inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright and a book Rebecca is reading about mining comes a collection of modern structured tailoring, architectural embellishments, rich colors; and textures and fabrics ranging from silks to leather.  This week will see the completion of the collection and all the other details falling into place:  the casting, selection of music, fittings, hair and makeup tests, accessorizing…  Follow along on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest and be sure to watch the show—- live from New York Fashion Week —- here at rebeccataylor.com on Saturday, February 9th at 1pm EST.

01.31.13

Spring in your Step
They’re here … our Spring shoes! The Etra Sandal and the Jade Pump. We love how the nude magically lengthens the leg (look out Nadja Auerman), and the cobalt blue adds a pop of color and a smile on the face everytime you look down at them. Both are great all-day shoes for work to evening, or a day of weekend shopping. The photo is of a display at our Madison Avenue store, NYC
The Etra Sandal
The Jade Pump

Spring in your Step

They’re here … our Spring shoes! The Etra Sandal and the Jade Pump. We love how the nude magically lengthens the leg (look out Nadja Auerman), and the cobalt blue adds a pop of color and a smile on the face everytime you look down at them. Both are great all-day shoes for work to evening, or a day of weekend shopping. The photo is of a display at our Madison Avenue store, NYC

The Etra Sandal

The Jade Pump

01.30.13

Rebecca and some of her team in the showroom, preparing for Fall 2013

Rebecca and some of her team in the showroom, preparing for Fall 2013

12.07.12

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NYC

Home Style

Celebrity stylist and RT fan Lysa Cooper, a native New Yorker with a deep passion for music, considers her apartment a true retrospective of her life and travels. Lysa’s clients include Interview, Vibe, and Rolling Stone and for the last several years she has been working exlusively for Rihanna.

11.26.12

Flights of Fancy
Artist Elle Muliarchyk has created a spectacular installation in our Madison Avenue store. Giant origami cranes preen in the windows, a beautiful flock of origami cranes are aflight in the store and festively lit for the holidays. Inspired by Elle’s well-travelled life and a Swedish fairy tale called The Wonderful World of Nils, the project was created in collaboration with Alicia McDaid of Garage magazine.
On the back wall, Elle’s film of 100s of birds is projected beautifully flying in formation. Magical, playful; this installation represents freedom and transformation.
Rebecca Taylor - 980 Madison Avenue (x 76/77)
See the behind the scenes magic:
Rebecca Taylor - Elle Muliarchyk Art Installation - Behind the Scenes 
film by Ilona Yahalnitskaya
Elle Muliarchyk

Flights of Fancy

Artist Elle Muliarchyk has created a spectacular installation in our Madison Avenue store. Giant origami cranes preen in the windows, a beautiful flock of origami cranes are aflight in the store and festively lit for the holidays. Inspired by Elle’s well-travelled life and a Swedish fairy tale called The Wonderful World of Nils, the project was created in collaboration with Alicia McDaid of Garage magazine.

On the back wall, Elle’s film of 100s of birds is projected beautifully flying in formation. Magical, playful; this installation represents freedom and transformation.

Rebecca Taylor - 980 Madison Avenue (x 76/77)

See the behind the scenes magic:

Rebecca Taylor - Elle Muliarchyk Art Installation - Behind the Scenes

film by Ilona Yahalnitskaya

Elle Muliarchyk

11.12.12

Rockaway Relief

Rockaway is still reeling from the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy, and people are stepping up to the plate to help.  Robert McKinley and Mike D. are organizing The Rockaway Plate Lunch Truck, with the aim of feeding 1500-2000 residents a day, with the help of some of NYC’s top restaurants.  The photos above are:  a) the Rockaway stock room, waiting to be filled b) Robert manning the grill c) happy and hungry beneficiaries and d) the stunning New York magazine cover by photographer Iwan Baan.  To find out more about this project and to see how you can help, please click here:

Rockaway Plate Lunch Truck