Long before Emily Dickinson declared that the ‘The heart wants what it wants’ — in her case, to never leave the house — the Chinese tradition of celebrating love has been through Qixi Festival, also known as Chinese Valentine’s Day. Since the Han Dynasty this day of love has been fallen on the 7th day of the 7th Chinese lunar month, so it’s around the corner on August 7th.
In honor of this amorous day — and the launch of Tory Burch on Tmall— we introduce “This Thing Called Love”, our ode to all things love and China, starring Cherrie Ying and Jordan Chan.
“This Thing Called Love” will be seen in pop-up exhibitions, with an exclusive Chinese Valentine’s Day capsule, in various cities across China, including Harbin, Shanghai, Beijing, Xian, Chengdu and Guangzhou.
为了纪念这个充满爱意的一天，同时亦是 Tory Burch 在天猫官方旗舰店盛大开幕的日子，我们推出了“This Thing Called Love”主题，并由陈小春和应采儿夫妇倾情诠释我们对爱情和中国的歌颂。
在哈尔滨、上海、北京、西安、成都和广州，将会陆续开展Tory Burch 七夕互动体验展，以及推出独家七夕情人节胶囊系列， “This Thing Called Love”主题将贯穿始终。
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