Tory Burch Resort 2020

Tory Burch often looks homeward for inspiration. For resort, she started out musing on the family farm of her childhood. “I went back to American folk art, and where I grew up, Pennsylvania Dutch [country],” Burch said during a walk-through at her company’s headquarters. Yet lest the mind race to quaint costumes, she added a caveat: “That was the starting point — lightly referenced.”
That translates into a lineup that integrates expressive feminine elements with a robust earthiness, starting with a palette in which black and natural ivory play against russets, reds, deep greens and navy. Hearty tailoring belies a discreet Seventies vibe in clean-lined coats and jackets, often over A-line skirts. The most obvious folk-art references come through in floral motifs and craftwork, specifically embroidery and quilting, the latter handled, Burch said, “in a different way than everyone else has done it.” Case in point: a chic color-blocked coat in beige, green, gold and hot pink, horizontally quilted for a striped effect. Bold patterns carry throughout, as with large-scale, ebullient florals for a coat over a dress in a dark, almost sober, small floral. Worked in amidst the flowers and butterflies: a manipulated geometric or two, including a dress in

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Tory Sport RTW Fall 2019

“Everything’s wickable, breathable…we spent four years developing fabrics,” Tory Burch explained during a walk-through of her latest collection for her high-performance sportswear brand, Tory Sport. Burch added that through her recent collaboration with Soul Cycle (a seven-piece capsule which launched on March 6) she was most excited about hearing feedback from real athletes — from full marathon runners to yogis — who have been surprised and highly impressed by its functionality. A fall favorite (and best-selling) call out included a chevron printed legging and matching bra in oatmeal brown (which sits in the collection under Burch’s new neutral program). Said leggings and bras could be piled under her continually wonderful knits or great new outerwear (a puffed, sleeping bag coat or half-quilted, half-sherpa fleece jacket).
For fall, Burch infused a study of contrasts throughout: watercolor-inspired tie dye versus clean, bright color blocking (in red, purple, navy, royal blue) and chevron graphics when it came to palette and prints, or lightweight nylon ripstop running jackets versus chunky, puffed down coats when it came to outerwear. Within the golf and tennis categories, a new white hybrid skort with a ruffled side perfectly depicted the brand’s overall contrasting play on sporty femininity.

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Tory Burch Pre-Fall 2019

Georgia O’Keeffe — a perfect fashion muse for now, independent to the core, urbane and earthy, her defiance of convention manifested in an appealing sartorial practicality. She offers a wealth of visual imagery to mine, both in her work and the portraits of her by her husband, Alfred Stieglitz.
“I just love her, and how she went against the norm,” Tory Burch said during a walk-through of her pre-fall collection. “She was a person who wasn’t going to wear a corset, and she wore flats. Just the way she approached nature and her subjects is fascinating to me.”
That fascination led to an investigative trip to Santa Fe and O’Keeffe’s famed Ghost Ranch, from which Burch drew inspiration for her lineup. It features clean, unfettered silhouettes with hints the artist’s own style — crisp shirtdresses, an unfussy smocked number, subtle Japanese touches. From O’Keeffe’s work, Burch took saturated shades of warm, russets and reds played against sober navy, ivory black and white. She also incorporated abstract prints, bold stripes, cowhide and unfussy decorative elements such as mirror embroideries for an aura of casual confidence. Burch also worked in the occasional embroidered slipdress. Whether a nod to O’Keeffe’s New York years or merely

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Tory Sport RTW Spring 2019

Two-and-a-half years after Tory Burch launched Tory Sport, the brand’s performance results are coming in. “It’s interesting to start to see what the business is coming to,” Burch said last week during a preview of the spring collection. “We’re starting to see what makes sense, less is more, and what is working for us.” The collection is not just cute, colorful and branded, although it is definitively all of those things — it’s also become a viable player in terms of performance wear. Yoga and running, particularly the seamless pieces, are doing well, as is golf.
For spring, Burch amped up the color with the Bauhaus principles of form and function in mind, working in fuchsia, red, green, blue and white in graphic stripes and lots of chevron. The clothes she wore to play sports in high school in the Seventies were on her mind, so chevron track jackets and silky soccer jerseys were updated in lightweight, breathable, moisture-wicking fabrics as opposed to the pure polyester the vintage styles came in. Weatherproof outerwear stood out, as did a few fabulous chunky hand knit cotton sweaters that fell into Tory Sport’s “coming and going” category. There was a new tennis skort and

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Tory Sport Fall 2018

Tory Burch focused much of her fall Tory Sport collection on the off-duty moments of life, whether going to and from the gym or the field, to travel to the weekend. “We spent so much time thinking about the seamlessness of someone’s life,” Burch said during a preview. “How do we design things that aren’t so obviously sport but are superfunctional and have the properties an athlete needs, but is also how I’m dressing and others are dressing on the weekend.” That meant a big focus on outerwear with down puffers and parkas in oversize and small and proportions. Some of the coats had positive messaging — “Get to the gym” — sewn into the linings. Running gear came in graphic multicolored checks. Tracksuits were elevated enough to wear to the office and comfortable enough for a warm-up. There were chunky hand-knit ski sweaters, seamless sports bras and leggings, Coolmax cashmere sweatpants and a wrap skirt to make one’s ath-leisurewear a little less dressed-down. There’s a new performance sock sneaker, and Burch continues to up the ante on her golf and tennis gear, infusing the fabrics with sun protection. As of the fall deliveries, Tory Sport will be sold directly

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Tory Burch’s Front Row

PINK PARADISE: Tory Burch filled a former Food Emporium with 15,000 pink carnations and live music from a 25-piece orchestra (Chamber Orchestra of New York) to usher in her fall collection. Front row guests included Julianne Moore and Sienna Miller, who may have been glad to be at the show on a cold morning, but who knows? They weren’t doing any interviews. Liya Kebede was talking, however, and said she was there to support Burch. “She’s an incredible human,” said Kebede. She said she’s been busy working on her own collection, Lemlem, which is expanding its distribution (she sells Net-a-porter, Barneys New York and Shopbop), adding a men’s capsule and bringing back kids. Asked if she’d ever do a fashion show, she looked around the flower-festooned room and said, “No, we’re small.”
Chinese actress Liu Shishi was also seated in the front row and said she has worked with the brand before and has a “good friendship” with Burch, which is the only show she’ll be attending this week. Other front row guests included Zoey Deutch, ballerina Violetta Komyshan, Elaine Welteroth and Maggie Q.
And if you’re wondering what will become of all the pink carnations, WWD learned that they were all

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Here’s How to Score Up to 60 Percent Off at Tory Burch Right Now

As if Tory Burch‘s Black Friday Sale wasn’t epic enough, now the brand is celebrating the holiday season with yet another major sale where you can shop a huge selection of fabulous items for up to 60 percent off. The secret to gaining access to this incredible sale is actually no secret at all – the discounts are already applied for you, so you all you have to do is add your favorites from the sale section to your shopping cart and voilà!

With tons of gorgeous accessories – like floral crossbody bags and statement-making earrings – plus beautiful lace blouses, sweater dresses and an amazing selection of shoes that all make for perfect gifts this holiday season, trust us, you’ll want to check out this sale before it’s all gone!

Scroll down to shop these pieces and more must-have items before the sale ends!

Sweater Dress

Pair this gorgeous sweater dress with a cute pair of flats for the weekend or dress it up over a button down blouse and stacked heels for a chic office look!

Buy It! Ashley Dress, $ 229 (orig. $ 448)


Leopard Print Pumps

Leopard print is huge for fall, so try out the trend with this fun take on these classic block heel pumps.

Buy It! Gigi Calf Hair Pumps, $ 199 (orig. $ 328)


Floral Chain Strap Bag

With the chain strap detail and celestial floral print, this crossbody bag adds a fun to any outfit.

Buy It! Fleming Floral Convertible Small Shoulder Bag, $ 349 (orig. $ 498)


Lace Blouse

This gorgeous lace blouse is anything but boring. Pair it with mules, trousers and a pair of pretty hoop earrings — it’s a sure and easy way to make a chic statement.

Buy It! Rosie Top, $ 239 (orig. $ 348)


Riding Boots

Classic riding boots are perfect for fall. Wear these with your favorite skinny jeans or with tights and a cute mini skirt.

Buy It! Wyatt Over the Knee Boot, $ 349 (orig. on sale for $ 578)


Statement Earrings

Add some interest to your look with this gorgeous pair of statement earrings.

Buy It! Hanging Statement Earrings, $ 139 (orig. $ 228)

What Tory Burch styles are you scoring on sale? Comment below and let us know!

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Tory Sport RTW Spring 2018

Tory Burch’s Sport line is not for the girl who wants to blend in with the legions of fitness fiends clad in black leggings, black sports bras and black tanks with a white swoop here or there. Her line goes big with happy color, for spring, inspired by David Hicks, as was her main line. Burch brought Hick’s florals and bold, graphic color into sport with printed navy and scarlet bomber, an orange and blue sports bra and leggings, and a floral-printed Neoprene zip-up one-piece swimsuit.
It wasn’t just cute. Burch takes the performance aspect of the collection seriously, pushing her staff to infuse technical development into everything, whether it’s Coolmax cashmere sweatpants, a ruffled tennis sweater or golf vest. “I said, ‘Let’s make functionality a given, not a design detail,’” said Burch during a preview. In addition to working with fabrics with wicking, cooling and anti-microbial properties, golf skirts come with under-shorts and pockets big enough for scorecards and a yellow and navy jacket is fully reversible to a waterproof rain slicker. As for the Little Grumps frowny-faced tennis balls that have become a charming brand logo and graced a fresh white oversize sweater, pastel sweatshirts and Ts, well, that

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Tory Burch’s Front Row

TORY’S GARDEN PARTY: Tory Burch’s front row was filled with celebrities such as Emily Blunt, Vanessa Kirby, Dylan Penn, Rashida Jones, Jessica Seinfeld and Jordana Brewster, who were all enjoying the outdoor garden fashion show. Blunt, who’s filming a movie upstate, “A Quiet Place,” that’s directed by her husband John Krasinski, said of Burch’s clothes: “I’m a big fan of her gorgeous, chic and effortless clothes. I love them.”
Just as the conversation was getting started, this reporter was told she had to clear the runway because the show was about to begin so she wasn’t about to find out how “Mary Poppins Returns” turned out or where Blunt and her family hope to move now that her Brooklyn town house is on the market for $ 8 million. Oh well, maybe she’ll turn up at another fashion show.
Seinfeld said about her friend, Burch, “I marvel at her capabilities in all aspects in life. She has an amazing business, she’s a wonderful woman, friend, designer and mother.” As for herself, she said she’s been busier than ever with her charity, Good Plus Foundation, which is working on the ground to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey with donated goods and services in

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Tory Burch Resort 2018

As much as Tory Burch is the main muse and inspiration for her brand, she likes to share the referential love with other impressive women. For resort, she homed in on the friendship between two accomplished style icons from very different backgrounds: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Princess Elizabeth of Toro. While the former probably needs no introduction, for those less familiar with the latter, she was a Ugandan princess who became the first female Uganda lawyer, one of the first three African women to be admitted to Cambridge University and the first to be admitted to the English Bar Association, the first African woman to have been given a spread in Vogue, the first woman to have served as Uganda’s minister of foreign affairs and the first to be its ambassador to the U.S..
“She’s stunning,” said Burch during a preview of the collection. Jackie and Elizabeth’s friendship began in the Sixties, so Burch drew on the signature silhouettes of the era as well as each woman’s personal style, mingling the classically American with the exotic. Not coincidentally, that mix is quintessentially on brand. There were soft space-dyed knits and A-line leather skirts with hardware details; fully embroidered maxi caftans; a

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Tory Sport RTW Fall 2017

Does anyone really want to walk around dressed like a tennis ball? Believe it or not, yes, in the hands of Tory Burch. She successfully turned a tennis ball into a delightful — and very bright — fluorescent green bomber jacket made from the scruffy scratchy stuff that covers tennis balls. “Apparently it’s never been used before for clothing,” said Burch, during a walk-through of her fall Tory Sport collection. “It’s not that itchy at all either, which I was worried about.”
The bomber will stand out day or night, which was one of Burch’s big endeavors for the fall lineup. The general aesthetic remained consistent — bright sports gear, performance and “coming and going,” as the less athletic pieces are known internally, with a cheerful retro prep kick — but there was an uptick in reflective details on metallic Windbreakers and running shorts.
The chevron stripes that are signatures on Burch’s running tights were blown out on kitschy cool track suits, T-shirts and après ski sweaters.
Burch made hitting the lodge look very à présent with color-blocked quilted jackets, a great microfiber down parka with a fur-lined hood and quilted snow boots, good for the slopes and trekking through the sludge in

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Tory Burch Pre-Fall 2017

Gabriella Crespi was an apt muse for Tory Burch. True, Burch has yet to abandon her wildly successful career for a 20-year spiritual retreat to the Himalayas, as the star Milanese designer of furniture, interiors and jewelry did before staging a comeback last year at age 93. Yet she found ample aesthetic common ground with Crespi, an originator of boho chic who has spent her life in Milan and India, to mine for a great pre-fall collection.
“She’s a pretty cool lady,” said Burch of Crespi during a preview. “I really admire her work, particularly her furniture, which was really about high-low and working with wood, brass and Lucite.” Burch’s mood board was littered with images of Crepsi and her designs, elaborate Indian embroideries, Milanese motifs, and chic women in both locations, including Burch and her stepdaughters in a Milanese palazzo. The rich textures, patterns and mix of Italian and Indian influences were filtered through Burch’s approachable American sensibility for a result that flaunted impressive craftsmanship. The threadwork and detail on a jacket with elaborate, softly colored Indian embroideries was beautifully executed. Humble cotton voile was elevated in a long gown with exotic embroideries for a look that could be filed under boho but

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Tory Burch Women s TY6030 TY 6030 Butterfly Sunglasses, Lens-61 Bridge-12 Temple-135mm

Tory Burch Women s TY6030 TY 6030 Butterfly Sunglasses, Lens-61 Bridge-12 Temple-135mm

Tory Burch Women’s TY6030 TY/6030 Butterfly Sunglasses Brand: Tory Burch. Model: TY6030. Size: Lens-61 Bridge-12 Temple-135mm. Gender: Women’s. Made Of: Metal
List Price: $ 109.95
Price: $ 109.95

Google’s Eric Schmidt Talks Tech at Tory Burch

Google’s executive chairman Eric Schmidt is thinking about fashion, being cool and how artificial intelligence can help brands connect the two.
The billionaire, who’s on Tory Burch’s advisory board and was front-row at the designer’s spring show Tuesday, told WWD that computers are getting closer to helping fashion make better decisions.
“What is the trend in fashion? More and more product, it’s more and more confusing with faster product cycles,” Schmidt said before the show. “Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a solution which said, ‘Well, we’ve sort of modeled this and this is where things are going and this is the emergent stuff.’ And so it would make sense. It would make you smarter, it wouldn’t replace you.”
Schmidt, who has also invested in retail tech and mobile commerce, imagined computers with artificial intelligence being able to take a picture of a dress and tell a brand whether it was going to be cool or not.
“There’s a science around cool,” he said. “And the science is that cool people move and then everyone else moves. If you could model that and if you could figure that out, that would help you because then you’d have a jump and you’d say, ‘I

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