The collection delivers innovative pieces that can be worn in multiple ways and featured a vibrant color palette of sky blues, bright fuchsias, tomato reds, and sandy neutrals.
The presentation featured real models instead of mannequins, which included moms with their babies and working woman of all sizes. It was a very interesting and unique experience. With super cute pieces Minkoff also introduced something brand new that has been long overdue — inclusive sizing. Teaming up with Stitch Fix, Rebecca’s FW19 collection comes in sizes 00 to 24 and XXS to 3X, meaning everyone can wear designer threads and feel confident while doing so.
I totally can see Rebecca Minkoff reflected in this presentation: She’s a mom. She’s a CEO. She’s a working woman. She does everything at the same time and does it so naturally.
Rebecca’s collection shows traditional workwear for women who can do it all. From the office to a night out on the town. The suit was updated with an oversized silhouette and slightly puffed shoulders which make the traditional work uniform have more personality.
“I truly believe that when you look your best, you feel your best and I want every woman to experience that [feeling] when she wears Rebecca Minkoff,” says the designer in a statement. Extended sizing has long been relevant, and a priority for the brand, but finding the right partner with the right synergy was equally important – Stitch Fix is the perfect partner for this venture.”
Tons of celebrities here passed by to support Rebecca Minkoff’s female empowerment collection. Celebrities like Sofia Richie, Victoria Justice, Iskra Lawrence, Rocky Barnes, Tess Holliday, Jason Lewis, Addison Riecke, Tiffany DuPont, Chriselle Lim, Danielle Bernstein, Jeannie Mai, Inanna, Louise Roe, and Stacy London.
I hope you enjoyed it because I had a lot of fun.