I is for Introducing Tory Burch Watches
And for the Izzie watch, above, named after Tory’s daughter. See all of Tory’s new timepieces here.
P is for Paddle8
The online auction house, cofounded by Alexander Gilkes above, which is presenting an auction of artworks from artists in Tory’s upcoming book, from September 30 to October 15.
S is for Sun Kissed
The color yellow is bright, sunny, optimistic — and the focus of the seventh chapter in Tory Burch In Color.
Pre-order it at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
I is for In the Red
The sixth chapter of Tory Burch In Color spotlights that passionate, fiery crimson color.
B is for Brvtvs
Yes, that history-making Roman traitor, but it’s also the name of the jewelry collection by the ever-chic Caroline Ventura, above, wearing Tory’s Robinson square tote. Discover what a day in her life is like on Tory Daily here.
Photographed by Noa Griffel
T is for Think Pink
Take a page from Diana Vreeland and Elsa Schiaparelli and celebrate the rosy hue — which happens to be the fifth chapter in Tory Burch In Color.
M is for Mad About Munich
And Berlin. And Frankfurt. And Hamburg. Jewelry designer Saskia Diez, here wearing Tory’s Mia dress and Audra skirt, shares an insider’s guide to her home country of Germany on Tory Daily here.
Photographed by Julian Baumann
P is for Purple
The Princeliest and most royal of colors — and subject of the fourth chapter in Tory Burch In Color.
L is for Linda
No introduction — or last name — necessary. Check out Peter Lindbergh’s exhibit at the Gagosian Gallery in Paris for more iconic images of the Supermodels.
Linda Evangelista, Paris, France, 1990, photographed by Peter Lindbergh © Peter Lindbergh, courtesy Gagosian Gallery
C is for Craft Works
Tory’s new collection puts the spotlight on the artisanal — from raffia tweeds, crochet and broderie anglaise to heels crafted from stacked, then sliced leather. See more trends from Tory Burch Spring 2015.
R is for Runway Action
Tory Daily gives you a front-row seat to it all. Experience the complete Tory Burch Spring 2015 show with them here.
T is for The Eyes Have It
White-rim sunglasses from the new Tory Burch Spring 2015 collection. See more from Tory Burch Spring 2015.
P is for Pattern Play
Mix it up, from bold stripes and pretty florals to colorfully graphic grids. See more from Tory Burch Spring 2015.
W is for Wovens
And West — as in artist Franz West, whose colorfully woven chairs partly inspired the print here. See more from Tory Burch Spring 2015.
S is for Shine On
There’s a play between the raw and refined in Tory’s Spring 2015 collection — as seen in this metallic-jacquard and linen vest, with a shot of shine. See more from Tory Burch Spring 2015.