When Tory Burch launched in 2004 with a small boutique in Manhattan’s Nolita neighborhood, the space was designed to look residential — a contrast to the minimalist interiors in retail at the time. Orange lacquer doors opened onto a space inspired by interior designer David Hicks and featured gold-leaf chandeliers, comfortable couches, velvet curtains and Lucite fixtures, which have become signatures of the brand. Tory has worked with architect Daniel Romualdez on every store worldwide. Each boutique’s decor is slightly different, incorporating antique pieces and regional details from Talavera pottery in Mexico City to antler chandeliers in Scottsdale. Regardless of the city, they are instantly recognizable as Tory Burch.