Miller named her collection "Rebels With a Cause," and offered a tagline: "Power Meets Pretty."
Never mind that she normally dresses young women who can get away with fluttery miniskirts every day of the week, Rebecca Taylor put old-school work wear to work in her spring collection.
She showed perforated bomber jackets, denim T-shirts and carpenter pants.
"Key silhouettes experiment with proportion — crop tops, full trousers and teacup skirts are paired with soft modern volume in rounded sleeve shapes. Very crisp white poplin shirting and geo-eyelet are layered with tactile matelaffe, laminated knits and crystal-encrusted lace," the show notes said.
The crowd in the Chelsea gallery also saw some '80s influences and tapped their feet to a remix of "Buffalo Stamp," a 1989 dance hit.
Leanne Italie contributed to this report.
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