Click here to read the full article. Looking to the fall season ahead, the joys of dressing up — for everyday life, or special occasions — is making a strong return in ready-to-wear. From dopamine dressing to modern suitings on the fall runways, brands are making a statement that more is more from day to night. Within the contemporary market, the Rebecca Taylor fall collection, designed by creative director Steven Cateron, is looking to offer customers a balance between feminine romance and special fashion moments for every day. Here, WWD spotlights two standout looks to dress up in for fall. “Fall...
Katie Beukelman, Kim Brummel & Rebecca Taylor from Sioux Center Health explain a pre-surgery pain treatment the hospital currently uses for knee patients that not only relieves symptoms leading up to the surgery but also in the recovery process. A robot used for total knee replacement is also discussed.
WHITE OAK, TN (WLAF) – White Oak Elementary School’s Rebecca Taylor is WLAF’s educator of the week. Taylor is from Williamsburg, Kentucky, and she teaches Special Education. She has been a teacher at White Oak for eight years. Taylor said she had always wanted to be a teacher, but it...
We’ve written about Stapleton (sorry…Central Park). We’ve written about Highlands Ranch. We’ve covered Denver's suburbs and new neighborhoods as they’ve grown like an overfed kid with his own golf cart and presumptive permission to do just about anything his little heart desires. But we’ve never really written about the hidden lives of the people who make a home there — so Denver author Rebecca Taylor picked up that ball and ran with it in her new novel, The Secret Next Door.
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Spring 2022 marks creative director Steven Cateron’s one-year mark at the helm of Rebecca Taylor. In that short time Cateron has reenergized the brand and it continued for spring, starting with the influence of a singular 1920s printed scarf. “There’s peeks of skin, but in a sophisticated way,” he remarked...
Rebecca Taylor was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and spent most of her childhood moving with her military family from Canada to Okinawa and all over the United States. She spent her 20s working as an international flight attendant while pursuing degrees in psychology and sociology. She has since written eight novels, and currently lives in Colorado with her husband and two children. Learn more at: www.rebeccataylorbooks.com, @RebeccaAuthor (Twitter), @RebeccaTaylorPage (Facebook) and @RebeccaTaylorBooks (Instagram).
EXCLUSIVE: Aloft Strategic Communications has hired Rebecca Taylor as a partner. The boutique firm was founded by veteran publicist Michael Donkis in April. Taylor was most recently VP, Talent at Jonesworks, and before that, a VP at Rogers & Cowan PMK, working with Robert Downey Jr., Patty Jenkins and Christopher McQuarrie, among others. The move is a reunion of sorts for Taylor and Donkis, as both worked closely together at Prime, a boutique firm run by Donkis and Joy Fehily, which was absorbed by PMK-BNC in 2016.
Steven Cateron’s resort collection for Rebecca Taylor, or as the brand refers to itself now, “Rebecca,” once again displayed pretty-but-not-cutesy, refined fashions. Diving deeper into the brand’s redefined romanticism, the creative director continued to infuse ’60s nods in both daywear and occasionwear (or as Cateron described it, “moments of decadence” for holiday) while building out the label’s growing assortment of novelty separates (once again strong in outerwear and knits).
LAFAYETTE, La. – Rebecca Taylor, sales manager for Acadiana Profile and Louisiana Life magazines, is the winner of the 2020 Connection Career Achievement Award. The Connections Career Achievement Award is an honor presented to women in the Acadiana area who represent the “epitome of professional accomplishment and achievement, and who present themselves as desirable role models.” These women have received peer professional awards based on achievement or advancement during the year in their particular field of endeavor and demonstrated their willingness to share their skills to enhance their own professional reputation and growth.
Throughout Rebecca Taylor’s fall collection, a 1960s energy emerges in a “mod for now,” idea. Committed to broadening the label thoughtfully, creative director Steven Cateron took to the season to find the Rebecca Taylor language in knits and outerwear. The look: “Romanticism redefined.”. Quote of note: “There’s a real focus...