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Taylor Aube is a fashion & lifestyle blogger, New York Fashion Week photographer, and a fashion writer discussing the fashion industry and runway trends.
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I consider myself a Jill of all trades. I write, I photograph, I create and I quip. Through my blog I have had the opportunity to collaborate with a variety of brands and I have found myself sitting front row at NYFW. As a talented photographer, I have shot backstage and runway with elite designers such as Marc Jacobs, Sonia Rykiel, Prabal Gurung, Carolina Herrera, Oscar de la Renta and many more. Below, you can browse through my runway reviews, NYFW photography and see my latest outfit posts. Enjoy!

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culottes

 Culottes are a style of pants that stride the boundaries of chic and frumpy. Only the most fashion-forward brave this style of pant. Celebrities such as Solange Knowles and Taylor Swift have been seen rocking this cut-off pant and designers such as Fendi, Chloe and Kenzo have sent these stylish pants down the runway. See how I styled this unique pair of pant and learn about how you can incorporate them into your wardrobe too! 

tpicks

Add a little fun on your feet this spring and summer! Check out this variety of sandals that range from embellished beauties to wooden wedges!

Shop my favorite beauty essentials like my Hourglass foundation and my go-to  Chanel lipstick. These picks are how I achieve my natural makeup look!

I am loving the maxi dress with a high slit trend. These breezy dresses will have you looking haute in a simple and easy outfit. Isn’t this pastel floral print darling?

New York Fashion Week Photography Portfolio
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The collection focuses on the empire waistline and even featured looks such as a modern peplum, along with 1950’s bell-shaped dresses. Sheer kimonos, white lace and sweeping gowns were both structured and elegant in nature. Every individual piece looked like something fit for a princess. How fun would it be to play dress up in this couture? It would surely transcend you into another world of fairy tales and magic!