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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Series Finale: Did Rebecca Bunch Find Happiness?

Crazy Ex-GirlfriendCrazy Ex-Girlfriend wrapped up its four-season acclaimed run ending just how creators Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna intended.
“The last sentence of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is the…

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This Is Us Sneak Peek: Rebecca Finally Meets Nicky and the Tension Is Off the Charts

This Is UsThere’s a new type of heartbreak on This Is Us. In the above sneak peek, Rebecca (Mandy Moore) finally meets Nicky (Griffin Dunne), the estranged brother that her beloved Jack (Milo…

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This Is Us Sneak Peek: Rebecca Finally Meets Nicky and the Tension Is Off the Charts

This Is UsThere’s a new type of heartbreak on This Is Us. In the above sneak peek, Rebecca (Mandy Moore) finally meets Nicky (Griffin Dunne), the estranged brother that her beloved Jack (Milo…

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This Is Us Will Answer What’s Happening With Rebecca and Nicky…Eventually

This Is UsSo…how about that This Is Us twist? Or should we say twists? The fall finale of NBC’s hit family drama finally answered a mystery about the flashforward, while also dropping a present-day…

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This Is Us Will Answer What’s Happening With Rebecca and Nicky…Eventually

This Is UsSo…how about that This Is Us twist? Or should we say twists? The fall finale of NBC’s hit family drama finally answered a mystery about the flashforward, while also dropping a present-day…

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‘He called me a psycho’: Rebecca Humphries’ full letter

The ex-girlfriend of Strictly star Seann Walsh has insisted she is not a victim and urged other women to believe in themselves after he was pictured kissing his dance partner.
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By the Book: Rebecca Solnit: By the Book

The author, most recently, of the essay collection “Call Them by Their True Names: American Crises” keeps an eye on the “daily eruptions of the internet”: “Like a lot of us, I’m hypervigilant about the crazy stuff going on.”
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Rebecca Taylor, Goop and The Glow Host Event Supporting She Should Run

STEPPING UP TO THE PLATE: Rebecca Taylor thinks America would be a different place if more women were in elected office.
The designer hosted a gathering Thursday afternoon in honor of International Women’s Day along with Jean Godfrey June of Goop and Violet Gaynor of The Glow at La Mercerie, the café, bakery and restaurant in the furniture and design store Roman and Williams Guild. The event supported She Should Run, a nonpartisan organization whose mission is to expand the talent pool of women running for office in the U.S.
“I’m very passionate about where politics are at the moment in America,” said Taylor, cofounder and chief creative officer of Rebecca Taylor. “I know so many women who would make contributions to politics. America would be a different place if you had more women in charge.
“I’m from New Zealand and we were the first country to give women the right to vote. We have a 37-year-old female prime minister,” she added.
Jean Godfrey June, beauty director of Goop — which sells Rebecca Taylor La Vie on its site — explained why they decided to support this event. “The brands are very aligned. The cause is what drew us to it. It’s an incredible

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Rebecca Minkoff Launches First Swimwear Line

IN THE SWIM: Rebecca Minkoff, who gave birth to her third child, Nico Valentine Bellour, on Feb. 10, isn’t letting maternity leave slow her down. Today, she launches her first swimwear collection that will be available exclusively at her own stores in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco, and online.
Made in Los Angeles using Italian fabrics, Minkoff’s swim styles are designed to be mixed, matched and reversed. The spring collection includes 15 silhouettes, each available in several solids and prints, with bottoms offered in a range of coverage options, including, “teeny,” moderate and full. Tops retail from $ 70 to $ 110, bottoms are $ 60 to $ 75, and one-pieces are $ 135 to $ 145.

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“Swim is a category I have been wanting to introduce for some time, and creating this collection has been almost two years in the making,” said Minkoff, cofounder and designer. “I love everything about offering my on-the-go girl a gorgeous piece of swim that evokes a free-spirited style, while remaining true to our high-quality standards — one she can always count on each time she needs a new suit for her upcoming travels. It’s all about living life by her own rules

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Rebecca de Ravenel Plots Further Expansion

Rebecca de Ravenel, she of the tri-ball “Bon Bon” statement earring that set off a global trend and inspired innumerous knock-offs, is moving onward and upward from the spherical style.
The designer first introduced ready-to-wear last season — an outing that proved successful, with the clothing category growing to become half her business. All but one of her stockists picked up the ready-to-wear offering for spring. Come this month, the clothes will hit the racks of stores including Barneys New York, Fivestory, The Webster, Kirna Zabête and Matchesfashion.com.
This season she will expand upon on that collection — offering a new season’s worth of wares inspired by the concept of a confident woman sitting in The Carlyle Hotel’s library, awaiting an evening’s date at the opera. The collection will be shown to press tomorrow.
“When I start designing something, I always think about where a woman is sitting in a specific room. She is smart, she knows who she is, she is very in touch with her femininity — everything is quite covered because I like long things, but with shapes to accentuate the waist. The pants have boning in [them], owning to a certain sophistication,” de Ravenel said.
For the collection, de Ravenel

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Rebecca Taylor Resort 2018

Rebecca Taylor took both a pragmatic and fanciful approach to resort. The former, as the designer explained, due to timing. “For us, it’s more about the holiday aspect because when we are talking about seasonality and when we ship, when retail is really selling this — it does not align with what a classic resort package would be — people are not buying resort-y stuff in November,” she said.
The latter refers more to the creative approach Taylor took. “I got really inspired by Victoriana — watching the series ‘Victoria’ on Netflix, all the voluminous sleeves and cinched waists just feel so right now,” she explained.
The result was a superfeminine holiday lineup filled with frilly dresses and flirtatious silhouettes. Sleeves took on the most hype, done in puffy proportions on pretty floral prints or crispy white cottons. Elsewhere, a micro polka-dot print in flowy chiffon showed up on a stretchy, gathered bodice jumpsuit and dress version. Taylor is known for her girly jackets, so this season she offered a great leather floral-print one with dropped shoulders and a fitted waist, as well as a versatile black tuxedo with ruffled shoulder details. “I am loving things that feel fitted in the waist; I

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Jessica Alba, Rebecca Gayheart Attend Oliver Peoples’ 30th-Anniversary Bash

It’s been 30 years since Oliver Peoples burst onto the California eyewear scene, and the Los Angeles-based luxury brand, now owned by Luxottica, celebrated the milestone with a party at Chateau Marmont’s Bungalow One last weekend that drew Jessica Alba, Rebecca Gayheart and Brandon Thomas Lee, plus the faces of its latest campaign lensed by Peter Lindbergh, Levi Dylan and Monika Jagaciak.
“When conceptualizing the campaign and story surrounding this milestone year for Oliver Peoples, my mind went back to the beginning. When Oliver Peoples was founded in 1987, the brand challenged the ostentatious eyewear trends of the era with its decidedly classic aesthetic. This was around the same time Peter Lindbergh was rising on the scene and changing fashion’s view of beauty through his raw and minimalist photography. I’ve been a fan of Peter’s work since those early years and jumped at the chance to work with him for Oliver Peoples’ 30th anniversary campaign,” said OP creative director Giampiero Tagliaferri.
Guests got a preview of the black-and-white campaign images, which are set to break this week.
“Peter has the magic touch that you experience through the whole process, from his image selection to watching him work on set, he is truly one

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The Final Goodbye? This Is Us’ Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia Break Down the Status of Jack and Rebecca

This Is UsDry your tears and restock the tissues: This Is Us’ finale is upon us.
In the penultimate episode of the NBC drama’s first season, viewers saw Rebecca (Mandy Moore) and Jack (Milo…

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Duchess of Cambridge, Dressed in Rebecca Taylor, Visits Children’s Hospital

DOUBLE DUTY DUCHESS: It’s been a busy start to the week for the Duchess of Cambridge who was in Lambeth, London on Tuesday for a visit to a children’s hospital after having spent Monday night at Buckingham Palace.
The duchess visited a children’s hospital to launch new accommodation for families. Dressed in a blue tweed Rebecca Taylor skirt suit with blue heels, the duchess toured the Ronald McDonald House Evelina London, where she met with hospital staff to learn more about their work.

The Duchess of Cambridge in Rebecca Taylor. 
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The Duchess of Cambridge in Rebecca Taylor. 
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She also met with children and families who have used the hospital’s programs.
On Monday, she joined her husband Prince William and Queen Elizabeth for a reception at Buckingham Palace to mark U.K.-Indian Year of Culture 2017. She donned a glittery Erdem gown.

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The event honored both British and Indian cultures, while guests came from various industries including the arts, entertainment, fashion and sports. The monarch’s home was decorated with images of India’s national bird, the peacock.
Last week, she took a solo trip to Wales as part of her efforts to raise awareness around mental health issues,

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Rebecca Moses Sets Tokyo Exhibit

MATERIAL WORLD: The Isetan Art Gallery in Tokyo is staging an exhibition of paintings by Rebecca Moses. “It’s a selection of my works related to Italy,” said the fashion and interiors designer and artist, who has lived for years in Italy working for brands including Genny and had her own namesake line, now shuttered, produced in the country. Moses was in Milan during Fashion Week to showcase her second project with Alcantara, a collection of anything ranging from toys and frames to pillows, earrings and dresses made with the trademarked material. “I am telling a story here, sort of like a dream, which allows me to push my creative limit,” Moses said at the Alcantara pop-up store in the city, which is decorated with her original illustrations on the material.

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Rebecca Black: Fame in the Youtube Age

Rebecca Black: Fame in the Youtube Age


Rebecca Black’s video “Friday” was posted on Friday, February 10th 2011. And then everything changed. 5 weeks after posting on YouTube, Rebecca Black had had some 16 million views. Within 6 weeks that number jumped to 35 million views, and the song had been covered by the pop luminary likes of Justin Bieber and the Jonas Brothers. Rebecca Black: What Comes After Friday? chronicles Rebecca’s sudden rise to fame. Learn the real story behind the creation of the “Friday” music video that became an unforgettable pop culture phenomenon. Look beyond Rebecca Black as an internet icon and learn who she is as a human being.

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On Stage Kiss Helmer Rebecca Taichman

Through the years, I have had many discussions with people about directors. A director’s work is often tricky to review on the basis of one production — in the case of a first work, it is often unclear what is a director’s idea versus what is a stage direction in the script itself. It is also hard for people to separate actors’ choices from a director’s touch. But after a period of watching a director’s work, you get it. You know how good that director is. And I think Rebecca Taichman is very good.

The first production of hers I saw was Theresa Rebeck’s The Scene at Second Stage Theatre. While the play may have fallen apart a little, the production featured great performances (particularly by a then virtually unknown Anna Camp) and perfect staging. I have since seen many productions she has helmed, including Kirsten Greenidge’s Milk Like Sugar (Playwrights Horizons), Greenidge’s Luck of the Irish (LCT3), Sarah Ruhl’s Orlando (Classic Stage Company), Dark Sisters with music by Nico Muhly and libretto by Stephen Karam (MTG/Gotham Chamber Opera at John Jay College), David Adjmi’s Marie Antoinette (Soho Rep.) and, most recently, Ruhl’s Stage Kiss (Playwrights again). Out of all of these titles, I only didn’t like her work on Marie Antionette. But, then, I don’t know why anyone thought staging a scaled down Marie Antionette was a good idea. I do not blame Taichman; I didn’t get any of it, from the script on.

Generally Taichman’s work is characterized by a unique understanding of the proper tone for a given piece. She doesn’t make her productions overly glib or cynical; she tailors her work to the material, as a director should. If you are in New York, this is the last week to catch Taichman’s impeccably breezy work on Stage Kiss. If you are in San Diego, you can see her production of J.B. Priestley’s drama Time and the Conways at the Old Globe. (The play, which Taichman described as “extraordinary,” is a staple in the UK, but is rarely done in the US.)

In a recent conversation with me, Taichman stated she enjoys directing comedy and drama equally. “One of the gifts I’ve been given, is that my work can span genres and across different tones and styles,” Taichman said. “I can do new plays, opera and Shakespeare. I find they all feed each other. I love doing a lot of different kinds of work.”

Stage Kiss, which received mostly positive reviews, marks Taichman’s fourth time staging a work by Ruhl. “I love working with Sarah,” explained Taichman. “I feel we sort of share a dream space somehow. The type of epic, surreal questions she is asking are the questions that dog me. I love her sense of theatricality. I love how she mashes up the everyday and infuses it with a mystique.”

Taichman will reunite with Ruhl this fall for the world premiere of The Oldest Boy at Lincoln Center’s Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater. Taichman said the play is about Buddhism and is more similar to the world Ruhl presented in Eurydice than it is to Stage Kiss.

Taichman is also gearing up to direct Familiar by Danai Gurira (who co-wrote and starred in In the Continuum off-Broadway and is well-known for playing Michonne on the AMC drama series The Walking Dead), scheduled to run at Yale Repertory Theatre from January 30 through February 21, 2015. From that it is onto Rehearsing Vengeance, a play she has been developing with Paula Vogel for years. Rehearsing Vengeance, based on the life of the play God of Vengeance, will premiere at La Jolla Playhouse summer 2015. I also hope one day to see GrooveLily’s Sleeping Beauty Wakes, which Taichman is working on with the band. I missed my opportunity before, but am holding out hope.

For now though, Taichman is all about seeing Time and the Conways through previews and bidding adieu to Stage Kiss. There are only eight performances left for you to go laugh at Stage Kiss.

“There is a particular delight in hearing audience laughter,” she said. “There is a particular joy in bringing laughter into people’s lives.”
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