You could say involvement in the arts was a bit of a date with destiny for Kyle DeWoody — she’s the daughter of art collector Beth Rudin DeWoody and painter James DeWoody. Now, in addition to being Creative Director and Co-Founder of online art-design shop Grey Area, she’s also a board member of ProjectArt, which supports arts programming for New York City youth and is holding its Benefit Gala on Thursday. Here, she talks to us about the cause and shares tips on how to get your own kids interested in the arts…Read More
There’s the classic button-down and then there’s our Kenza top. Cut from crisp cotton poplin — and featured in this month’s issue of Vogue (right) — the Kenza comes with a swipe of bright crimson on the collar for a chic update on the wardrobe staple. Coolly minimal and standout striking, this limited-edition style can anchor any look with a touch of tomboy chic.
A chance meeting at yoga and a mutual love for mythology formed the foundation for New York-based band ASTR. Members Zoe Silverman (wearing Tory’s Kane sweater and Lace cuff) and Adam Pallin just released their debut EP, Varsity, and are hitting California next week with performances in San Francisco and L.A. Next month, they’re headed to SXSW. Learn all about this new-on-the-scene duo — and their cool electro R&B sounds — here.Read More
Spring 2014 channels the easy glamour of the 1969 film La Piscine — as you may have read. But what if you then channel the easy glamour of the collection itself… through a dreamy, cinematic lens? Wonderland magazine did just that, with the above film which captures the mood and layers on a little mystery and cool attitude courtesy of model Harmony Boucher (who also happens to be the frontwoman for London rock band vuvuvultures). Directed by Dominic Clarke, Tory Burch x Wonderland takes you behind the scenes of our accompanying feature in the newest issue of Wonderland, which was guest-edited by the cover girl herself: Emma Watson.
If you can’t wait for Fall 2014 to drop later this year, head on over to Moda Operandi (or its new app) for our special trunk show this week. Be the first to shop the collection’s quilted satin sweaters, equestrian-print blouses and over-the-knee boots — on pre-order now for five more days.
What do Snow White and Hitchcock blondes have in common? One very chic fan — Indre Rockefeller, here wearing Tory’s Emmy ankle skinny jean. We chat with the General Merchandise Manager and Creative Director, Trunkshows, of Moda Operandi — where you can now shop the Tory Burch Fall 2014 collection, straight from the runway — about wardrobe editing, emerging designers and the reason she refused to wear pants as a child.Read More
Take a dip in the pool blues and crisp whites of our Spring 2014 collection, inspired by the Sixties French film La Piscine. Then, dive deep into our Pinterest board to discover more of the season’s influences and inspirations — plus, exclusive behind-the-scenes snapshots.
The cropped hemlines of the Sixties, a soundtrack of psychedelic pop, palm trees and pools… the Spring 2014 scene is set. Filmmaker Robert Nethery captures models Caroline Brasch Nielsen, Bette Franke and Frida Aasen in the collection’s smart silhouettes, with Miami and Opossom’s Blue Meanies song as the sunny backdrop. From abstract florals to classic navy and white, there’s one word that comes to mind: fresh. It’s all clear blue skies from here.
Clean lines and higher hemlines — our Spring 2014 collection channels the easy glamour of the French Riviera in the late Sixties. A little ladylike, a lot of effortless cool — with crisp whites, classic stripes and abstract florals.