Posts tagged style
L is for Love-Locked
Tory’s stripe straw tote takes Paris, via Shopbop.
W is for the Weekender
Spill: what’s in your bag? Here, Tory’s York tote contains all the necessary supplies for an off-day outing.
Clockwise from bottom left: Le Pen pens, Beats by Dre headphones, Melodie double-wrap bracelet, Virginia top, T-Print Aviator sunglasses, York tote in Coastal Blue, notebook, The Gentlewoman magazine, Jesse sneaker, Robinson smartphone wristlet, iPhone case and candies
Y is for the York
A stylish, classic tote — take it anywhere and everywhere. Shop the York
B is for Beach Bound
Be sun-kissed in style. Above, a swimsuit-and-blouse combo — with a leather crochet handbag — from Tory’s Resort 2015 collection. See the full preview here.
A is for Artist Inspiration
Introducing Tory’s new Resort 2015 collection, inspired by the beautifully sun-bleached palette of artist Milton Avery. See the full preview here.
S is for Summer Glamour
Atlantic Pacific’s Blair Eadie captures it to a T in Tory’s Marilyn gown
R is for Ringside
Model Fei Fei Sun slips a cocktail ring on to complete her emerald Met Gala look. Read more…
B is for Botanical Beauty
How does your garden grow? For Gal Meets Glam's Julia Engel, hedgerows and botanical landscapes pop up on her classic shirtdress — Tory's Talia dress.
F is for Fresh Flowers
Tory’s printed Kerrington shopper: A Mother’s Day bouquet that lasts.
W is for White-Out
Laser-cut leather and lattice-like lace — light, airy and graphic. See more of our Summer 2014 collection…
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.
V is for View the World
…through a great pair of sunglasses — like Tory’s Fret-T style.
C is for Check It Out
Meet Trademark, the new collection launched by two of Tory’s girls, sisters Louisa and Pookie Burch. Read more…
M is for Music Festival
Warm breeze, palm trees, cropped dresses and sandals — it’s Coachella time.
Clockwise from top left: Tory’s Madura gold fret and Luca wood earrings; crochet Estella and Calita dress; Marion clutch; tortoiseshell and rose Peggy sunglasses; the scene at Coachella, by Jennifer Grace of the Native Fox; Clinique Rescue Balm; Lucas leather and Reggie metallic sandals
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