Posts tagged inspiration
T is for Tory Burch In Color
The name of Tory’s new book. Pre-order it at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Read more…
M is for Mixed Media
A quilt of packing envelopes, currency and decorative paper, from Thomas Campbell’s new exhibition opening June 12 at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York.
Larger Quilt, 2013 by T. Campbell, courtesy of Joshua Liner Gallery
M is for Maya Angelou
Poet, writer, mother, inspiration and a force of nature. Read more…
L is for Lattice and Lace
A most elegant combination, then and now.
Birgitta af Klercker in Vogue January 1965 by Horst P. Horst
P is for Powerful Storytelling
There’s no greater master of those transporting, magical tales than literary icon Gabriel García Márquez.
B is for Brit
For both British stylist and editor Leith Clark — who just launched new fashion magazine Violet — and her cover star, Brit Marling.
H is for Holiday
The great American travel magazine of the Forties, Fifties and Sixties that’s getting a second chance with a revival this month — albeit with new headquarters stationed in Paris, France.
I is for Inspiration
We can never get enough.
Spring inspiration board, by Jamie Lauren from Style Me Pretty
S is for Super Bowls
Flowers, fruits and peppers get brightly plated in Valladolid, Mexico.
© Julie Eggers/Corbis
D is for Dial C for Chic
Grace Kelly, always impossibly chic and one of our favorite tunic inspirations.
Grace Kelly in Saint Tropez, 1954, by Bettmann/CORBIS
P is for Pool Life
This week on The Tory Blog, we’re celebrating all things poolside — including Spring 2014’s inspiration in the film La Piscine. Download our exclusive pool-party playlist, discover some underwater art and more. Read the issue here
C is for Cinéma Vérité
A film still doesn’t lie: Jean Shrimpton embodies chic.
Jean Shrimpton in Peter Watkins’ Privilege, 1967, photographed by Philippe Le Tellier/Paris Match via Getty Images
B is for Back in Black
CD in the perfect LBD.
Catherine Deneuve in London, 1964, photographed by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images
C is for Candid Camera
Edie Sedgwick and Andy Warhol, mid-party.
Edie Sedgwick and Andy Warhol, circa 1964, photographed by Steve Schapiro/Corbis
C is for Curves Ahead
Our kind of holiday greenery.
Serpentine Beech Hedge at Chatsworth House, England, photographed by Malcolm Kirk