07/23/2024

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Looking ahead to November and December when the vacation collection hits stores, Rebecca Taylor’s creative director Steven Cateron hopes his latest collection will bring decadent, occasion-focused fashions for the holidays or takeout.

“There’s always this romance in the look, but there’s also more tension,” he says, noting that the collection also has a slight ’50s influence in terms of proportions. The assortment is simple – offering everything from soft, feminine daywear (ruffled knit dresses, après-ski novelty pullovers) to styles that translate easily into evening (black and white kilim doll dresses with tailored jackets, or scalloped-edge lace looks). Even more elaborate holiday-centric occasion wear is the focus of the collection, such as sleek winter white or all-black tuxedo suits, red foam tulle dresses, or floor-length black lace gowns with swan prints.

The look: romantic and festive.

Note: “This collection is a bit of an unruly guest, and it’s clearly very holiday-oriented. It makes sense for this brand. I think we dabbled in it last year, and these styles are the stars of the season.”

Key pieces: two bright red tulle styles (wide-sleeved blouses or standout spaghetti-sleeve dresses with ruffled bodices); sharp tuxedo suits (black versions paired well with light ruffled collar blouses); light pink tech taffeta bubble blouses with circle skirts; oversized and loose eyelet suits; flowy floral blouses and dresses; novelty knits; black lace halter dresses and kilims doll dress looks; luxurious wool leather coats with quilted mesh and buckle details.

Keynote: The collection is a powerful extension of Cateron’s signature modern romanticism.

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