A fan favorite among the Celeb Secrets team and fashion influencers alike, the designer’s new pieces are inspired by the notion of rebirth, continuing to unfold the story of last season’s “working girl” themed presentation. Taking things a little step further, the presentation — which was held at Pier 59 Studios in New York on Saturday (February 8) — showcases and celebrates all the parts of a woman, from working and having a family to moments of rejuvenation and celebrating life.
“I wanted to design from our origins of a west meets east coast sensibility, by integrating natural elements of the earth tones, floral patterns and silhouettes,” Rebecca Minkoff notes on her collection.
According to the brand, the collection “delivers innovative separates and dresses that can be worn multiple ways featured in an array of sandy nudes, pastel pinks, sea blues, mellow yellows and burnt orange.”
Pulling each look together were Minkoff’s handbags, shoes and jewelry that featured a mix of bright pops of color with unexpected details.
As motherhood still remains an integral part of Rebecca’s daily life, Medela pumps and a breastfeeding model were featured in the set design, as well as “Little Minkoff,” an eco-friendly kid’s clothing line. According to the designer, “‘Little Minkoff’ is a celebration of the essence of Rebecca Minkoff, distilled in fun, colorful and environmentally friendly child size clothing options. The collection uses technology to help mitigate waste, labor and packaging through a block-chain traceability system.”
The collection offers a range of children’s sizes, from age 4 to 12, and will launch February 2020 on www.littleminkoff.com.
In addition to Celeb Secrets CEO Juliet Schroder, many celebrities stopped by to support Rebecca and her new collection, including Victoria Justice, Ava Michelle, Laura Dreyfuss, Madeleine Arthur, Adrienne Bosh, Eden Grinshpan, Noor Tagouri, Chriselle Lim, and more.
You can check out each of the new looks below and shop your favorites now by visiting RebeccaMinkoff.com.
Images courtesy of Rebecca Minkoff, BFA