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Tag: Street

07.21.14

Philippe Baudelocque

While working on the Fall 2014 Collection, I was on an inspirational holiday in Paris and came across the work of graffiti artist Philippe Baudelocque. I love the beautiful mix of graphic patterns and the appearance of multi-dimensional textures.

I had known of his work before and considered it fate and destiny that I’d happen to come across it in its natural habitat, the street — actually quite lucky as the work is created with chalk so it is transient. This is lovely, the thought of creating something temporary, and being able to let go.

Philippe Baudelocque

While working on the Fall 2014 Collection, I was on an inspirational holiday in Paris and came across the work of graffiti artist Philippe Baudelocque. I love the beautiful mix of graphic patterns and the appearance of multi-dimensional textures.

I had known of his work before and considered it fate and destiny that I’d happen to come across it in its natural habitat, the street — actually quite lucky as the work is created with chalk so it is transient. This is lovely, the thought of creating something temporary, and being able to let go.

02.10.14

Urban Fragility
In Paris, there is a street artist who draws with chalk, Phillipe Baudelocque. I was lucky enough to come across his work, I say lucky enough because it is fleeting - transient - if it rains, it washes away. I feel it is a lesson in not holding onto things, and fashion is a bit like that: you do a show and then move on.

Urban Fragility

In Paris, there is a street artist who draws with chalk, Phillipe Baudelocque. I was lucky enough to come across his work, I say lucky enough because it is fleeting - transient - if it rains, it washes away. I feel it is a lesson in not holding onto things, and fashion is a bit like that: you do a show and then move on.

09.29.12

Woman on the Street

We’ve always been inspired by the street style in NYC so we’ve plastered the city with images from our Fall campaign —- New Yorkers and visitors can see them in the Lower East Side, East Village, Meatpacking, SoHo, Chelsea, West Village, Midtown, Uptown, all around town.

The star of our Fall 2012 campaign, Alana Zimmer, is a street style star herself —- she wowed us when she walked into the casting with a very chic jumpsuit looking like an etherally, otherworldly woman of confidence + substance —- and her own personal style is featured often in street style fashion blogs. (She’s also a very nice girl who was as excited as we are about the posters around town, tweeting about how she’s featured next to ‘the boss, kate moss’ in the NYC street wild postings)

We are running a contest thru Instagram —- snap an Instagram of yourself in your best ‘street style’ looks in front of one of the Rebecca Taylor postings, hashtag it #rebeccataylornyc, follow us on Instagram and consider yourself in the running to win a $500 gift certificate. Rebecca herself will be choosing the winning look and the winner will be announced on October 2nd, so this is the last weekend… have fun with it and thanks for inspiring us… XX

06.26.12

Charlotte Street Hotel
LaFromagerie
A lovely London street.

Lately: London

While in London for some press related to my dream come true! I snapped a few photos.