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NYFW: Rebecca Taylor's Spring/Summer 2014 Show


Rebecca Taylor’s Spring/Summer 2014 Show was held Saturday afternoon at an industrial loft in Chelsea. A room packed with press, bloggers, and Manhattan’s elite watched the fresh, feminine, and beautiful collection with iPhones and cameras in hand. This spring’s looks featured baby blues, peaches and pinks as well as fresh white pieces. We are predicting mesh, see-through, and eyelet prints are going to be huge next season, as this collection had one of these elements in almost every piece. The bright florals and mesmerizing sundresses made me long to skip winter and go straight to an outdoor picnic in one of Taylor’s looks. Other trends included men’s wear inspired pants and blazers in the collection’s signature pastels, loose flowy cuts and some subtle metallics.

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10 Upcoming Fashion Events You Don't Want to Miss

What: Don’t miss out on Tommy Hilfiger’s VIP shopping extravaganza at their flagship store! Shop the Hilfiger fashions with beauty and style expert, Jenn Falik and receive a look book with all of your favorite styles! Limited edition goodies will also be distributed to those who make a minimum purchase including custom monogramming. After all that shopping, you will of course be exhausted, so why not join them for the post shopping fun at Bishops & Barons for some cocktails and treats!

BAR CRAWLS
Green Styles to Sport for March

March is here and St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner. If you are looking in your closet trying to figure out what to wear for the day and see no green, then this article is for you! We have found a few of our favorite green pieces and accessories that are perfect to incorporate into your day of festivities and even into the month! Green is a big color trend right now, from neon to color blocking, it is a great color to wear for the spring and summer months ahead of us.

The subtler greens in Rag & Bone's leggings and this Anthropologie cropped blouse are great ways to incorporate the color green into your wardrobe if you are not into the lime greens that spring and summer are bringing in.

V.I.P: VERY IMPORTANT PARTY
Ballet Hispanico's Dance Into Fashion

Dressed to kill, and smelling spectacular after a tour of the Sephora Sensorium, Joonbug headed over to Kiss & Fly for the Junior Society of Ballet Hispanico's fundraising event Dance Into Fashion. Stepping into the world of fantasy yet again as the doors to Kiss & Fly opened to reveal the decadent red soaked entrance. The thick red curtains spread open to welcome all the donors, dancers, and partygoers as we ventured into the dark meadow-like lounge.

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Your Weekly NYC Party Guide

This October has flown by faster than we can say street fair. No worries if you haven't stocked up on your weekl appearances though. Despite that its already mid-October, there's still a plethora of Fall parties, festivals, and those oh so favorite cocktail soirees. But we busy New Yorker's, with our Socialite bashes and constant tastemaking, wouldn't have it any other way. Read on and taste the carefully-selected fun we've prepared:

Monday October 17, 2011

Zagat Presents: Chef Akira Back’s Meal of Memories

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We Love it to Pieces: Rebecca Taylor Spring 2012

Rebecca Taylor, known for her feminine, flowy fabrics put a twist on her S/S 2012 collection with less ruffle and more shine and texture. There were also a lot of pieces and layering. She even threw in a cropped raincoat for dealing with those spring showers we all hate love dealing with. She mostly moved away from the ultra trendy color-blocking and went for more neutral tones and glimmer. With full embellished pants, shiny full-length dresses and sequined tanks, her collection will appeal to any woman who loves ultra feminine style.

ALBUM REVIEW
Album Review: Slow Club's "Yeah So"

Well folks, here it goes - another boy/girl pair up, another case of matching plaids, songs about love, relationship ambiguity. I didn’t want to give Slow Club a chance, I was adamant that there was nothing new to learn there. Yet despite my unreasonable doubts, I recently listened to the music from duo Rebecca Taylor and Charles Watson of Sheffield, England. Their debut album, Yeah So, lent further proof to something I had already proved to myself by thinking that I knew how I'd feel about something before giving it a chance. The message, in short: You’re wrong about yourself.