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    Rebecca Taylor

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    Last month Rebecca Taylor announced she was leaving the brand she founded in 1997. It was a surprise, but also not really; after moving her family to Paris last year to fulfill a lifelong dream of living there, Taylor was finding inspiration daily, particularly in the city’s art galleries. She has tons of other creative ideas she wants to pursue. On a recent call, she said she’d been thinking a lot about designing clothes for women like her, working mothers over 40. That’s likely years down the road; in the meantime, she’s enjoying spending time off with her kids.

    The company announced its new creative director right before Fashion Week: Emily Craig, Taylor’s former head of design. They worked on the spring 2020 collection together, and in many ways, it was classic RT: lots of ruffles, florals, and eyelet, but Craig pointed out a few new ideas. A semi-sheer pointelle knit dress brought a vaguely beachy touch to the lineup (it felt even more SoCal with an ombré knit on top), and while the poplin bralettes under jackets weren’t a brand-new concept for the label, they’ll find a new audience as the trend picks up this week.

    Craig’s challenge going forward will be to continue differentiating the three lines under the RT umbrella: the main Rebecca Taylor, La Vie Rebecca Taylor (its lower-priced, more casual sister), and, as of this past March, Tailored Rebecca Taylor, which focuses on 9-to-5 suiting and separates. Utility pants are a La Vie signature at this point, so Craig was careful to make the patchwork lilac trousers here feel a bit more polished. Similarly, now that blazers are taken care of in Tailored, she traded spring’s usual puff-sleeve blazers for novelty knitwear and leather jackets. Over the next few seasons, it will be interesting to see how Craig puts her own stamp on things; it’s one thing to mine a founder’s archives, but quite another to keep up the momentum and introduce considerable newness.

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