The New York Fashion Week is around the corner and there are many designers whose creations we look forward to and Rebecca Minkoff is definitely one of them. Why? Because ever since it was first launched in 2001, the label has consistently brought a variety of covetable creations and we expect similar options for New York Fashion Week 2013.
For Rebecca Minkoff, the choice of designing wasn’t too difficult to make. Why? Because she grew up designing and sewing clothing and went on to pursue a career in the industry right after her high-school graduation. Still, her real taste of success came in 2005 when the Morning Morning After Bag line was born and she was a regular New York fashion Week presence ever since. Needless to say, since Rebecca Minkoff discovered her niche and started focusing on accessories, her popularity skyrocketed and her creations quickly drew the attention of several A-list celebs who were conquered by the classiness of the new offerings.
There were several Rebecca Minkoff creations that have struck a cord with over the years. The spring 2011 shoes were a great option for those looking for the perfect balance between visual trendy vibes and classiness. Last year also proved a good one for the designer. Both her spring 2012 handbags and her the fall 2012 handbag collection showed a clear understanding of the contemporary designs need in order to be perfect for the today’s increasing demands. It’s no wonder Rebecca Minkoff as become a regular New York Fashion Week presence.
Though we’ve come to be familiar with the options the designer puts forward it’s impossible to predict what the new Rebecca Minkoff offerings will be at New York Fashion Week 2013. The designer’s show is scheduled on February 8 starting with 3 PM at Theatre. If you’re interested in the label’s hottest creations up to date you can always check the brand’s official website http://www.rebeccaminkoff.com. Be sure to tune in for the latest updates!
Update! Have a look at the entire Rebecca Minkoff fall 2013 colleciton!
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