, the Studio, Lincoln CenterRunway Recap: For fall, Tory Burch continued the jaunt through the '70s that she began for spring, but this time it was by way of merry old England, as evidenced by a rich mix of patterns, plaid, tweed, and velvet, sometimes all in one look. The collection was more...

Truro Daily News New York Fashion Week Fall-Winter 2011: Tory Burch checks off the trends Los Angeles Times (blog) Photos below: Looks from the Tory Burch Fall-Winter 2011 runway collection shown during New York Fashion Week. Credit: Jonas Gustavsson and Peter Stigter ... Tory Burch...

Maybe it's because of my Downton Abbey marathon this weekend, but it feels to me like there's something a tad Edwardian about Tory Burch Fall 2012. The clothes themselves had more references to midcentury Chanel than to turn-of-the-century British nobility, but something about the way that all...

, the Studio, Lincoln Center Runway Recap: For fall, Tory Burch continued the jaunt through the '70s that she began for spring, but this time it was by way of merry old England, as evidenced by a rich mix of patterns, plaid, tweed, and velvet, sometimes all in one look. The collection was more...

TORY BURCH F2011: Eskimo in Tweed The Tory Burch Fall 2011 Fashion Show took place today in the studio at Lincoln Center. The crowd convened on floor seating surprisingly close to the runway. As INIX ‘I need you Tonight' began to pump through the speakers a grouping of models appeared at the...

The other day I went to the Tory Burch Spring 2011 preview in IFC Mall Hong Kong. The collection consists of vibrant reds, yellows and greens as always, but this time together with a mix of nature and nautical vibe, with animal patterns and a touch of navy blue. J'adore this chunky plastic...

she feels more comfortable than ever as of late, and this newfound confidence is evident in the Fall/Winter collection. More self-assurance also means more opulence in Burch's world, though the easy silhouettes and unarguable wearability of the mix-and-match pieces (in a way, her trademark)...

If Medieval times looked anything like what Tory Burch imagined for Fall 2014, we'd be down to hop in a time machine and go back to the 12th century. But since such technology doesn't exist, and the Middle Ages generally sucked, we're going to have to settle for just buying our favorite pieces...

Bekka's favorite piece from our picks was the Day 2 Crystal Feather Bib necklace from the fall 2011 MiMi by Sorrelli collection. Congrats Bekka, and thanks to everyone who entered our giveaway and Liked Sorrelli on Facebook! Stay tuned for our upcoming giveaways, featuring a Steve Madden Bag...

 

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