Posts tagged stripes
W is for Why Not
As in “Why not mix stripes and florals?” Mariana Cassou, founder of Brazil’s e-commerce site Gallerist Shop, does exactly that — to supremely chic effect. For more on Mariana and her thoughts on São Paulo Fashion Week, click here.
Photographed by Andre Arthur
T is for The Right Stripes
Hat tip to Blair Eadie of Atlantic-Pacific, here wearing the Kirsten tunic from Tory’s exclusive Saks Fifth Avenue Tunic Collection while on vacation in warm Winter Park, Florida.
Bands, pinstripes, thin stripes — we can’t get enough of them, whether in our Resort 2014 collection or the new striped frames we’ve created for you to share from the Tory Daily app (see above).
To see the rest of the exclusive new frames, go here. And to see the resort 2014 lookbook, click here .
S is for See It All
Just one more day of last-minute prep. Catch our Spring 2014 runway show live, Tuesday morning at 9 AM ET, here.
For more behind-the-scenes action, go here…
S is for Splash
Make a splash this summer with bright and bold colors — and mix in some contrasting prints, too. Pink chevron stripes and blue tie-dye, anyone?
Tory’s Kelby skirt and Bruno camera bag (both on model, right) photographed by Tommy Ton for Harper’s Bazaar
D is for Damn Near Perfect
Mick Jagger and the Stones’ sailor stripes and white jeans still look on point decades later.
G is for Greta Garbo
One of the Hollywood greats who was notoriously camera shy, hiding behind books, tissues and…umbrellas.
Photo by Martin Munkacsi
P is for Percival
The new men’s wear line, co-founded by Christopher Gove, that’s making waves in London.
V is for Valerie Boster
A master to the art of accessorizing. We love our ram’s-head collar against stripes.
F is for Francoise
Francoise Hardy — the iconic French singer. Happy Bastille Day.
C is for Capri
"A recent trip to the Amalfi Coast inspired our Resort 2013 collection — soft whites and seafoam green with shades of pink, purple and blue." — Tory
V is for Vreeland
Diana Vreeland’s quick wit and infallible sense of style are a constant inspiration. She got us all wondering, “Why don’t you…?”
B is for Backstage. Cinemagraph by Jamie Beck, 2011
Tory takes in the moment after our first runway show for Spring 2012, inspired by Deauville in the 1920s.
D is for DeauvilleSeaside French charm through dots, stripes, knits and piles of beaded necklaces—the inspiration for Tory Burch Spring 2012.
S is for Stripes. Photograph by Sam Haskins, 1960s Classic, yet modern tomboy chic — we never tire of stripes and for Tory, they are a perennial favorite.