Tory Burch returned to Manhattan for the fall and made her lookbook at the Odeon, the iconic Tribeca restaurant, the neighborhood canteen when she first moved to the city after college.
Alongside the cafeteria, the collection is very “New York City,” with a special emphasis on outerwear, men’s tailoring and side button dresses that take design cues from the great mid-century designer, Claire McCardell. For the pants, she cut sailors in soft moleskin and cut the hems in ribbon embroidered with a new cursive monogram.
Truthfully this collection projected one of the most characteristic New York scenes. It is versatile and very empowering.
Text: Daniela Pintor
Info and photo: Vogue by Nicole Phelps