Tory Burch SS15
"Tory Burch took a more sophisticated approach to her art-inspired Spring collection than previous seasons."
Jason Tucker, Harrods GMM of Womenswear
Gone was the preppy Tory Burch girl of previous seasons and in her place is a bohemian goddess with effortless style. Inspired by the artist Françoise Gilot and the time she spent with Picasso, Burch issued a collection that played between the raw and refined. Jacquard coats came with fringed edges and were teamed with crochet or raffia tweed skirts, canvas sundresses were emblazoned with leafy prints and smocked tops came above burlap trousers. Accessories included paint-dipped disc earrings, flat leather sandals or booties and a line-up of colour-block bags, some mini in proportion others barrel-shaped, and one stand-out pouch stamped with a Picasso-esque face. The essence of the collection, from the neutral palette peppered with earthy tones to the natural fabrics, had an organic quality to it but still possessed that unmistakeable Tory gloss - shiny hair, lightly bronzed skin and perfectly-manicured nails.
Who we saw: Mad Men's Kiernan Shipka
What they wore: A floral fit-and-flare dress by Tory Burch
In a nutshell: Nature gets glossy
See the Tory Burch Autumn Winter 2014 collection