This was worth the frustratingly long wait to get into the show. Floral prints and geometric patterns that are tastefully flirty softened the maturity and functionality of the collection. Although none of the pieces in this collection were particularly long or draped, they all flowed as if they were gowns–even the jackets and pants. In my opinion, this is one of the more overlooked aspects of the collection.  Although Rebecca Taylor often incorporates floral prints into her collections, worth mentioning is the Japanese aesthetic seen in a few of the pieces. A few of the looks were a bit uncharacteristically flashy, but damage control was insured by the consistency of the looks that I felt were her style. Two of the most memorable looks to me were a kimono-like lace dress and a blue windbreaker.


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