52 posts tagged "Tory Burch"
Dye treatments are typically reserved for colorful tank tops and sundresses, but this season designers have applied icy-hued ombré effects to sweaters, jackets, and scarves. The result is a fresh update to the typically muted winter palette. Shop our picks from Acne Studios, Carven, DKNY, and more, below.
1. Acne Studios jacket, $370, available at www.net-a-porter.com
2.Carven sweater, $455, available at www.matchesfashion.com
3. Tory Burch scarf, $185, available at www.toryburch.com
4. DKNY bag, $295, available at www.dkny.com
5. Current/Elliott jeans, $305, available at www.matchesfashion.com
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As we enter into a month of fashion shows, we’ve asked some of this season’s biggest stars and most anticipated new talents to offer a sneak peek. Naturally, it’s a busy time for everyone—designers and fashion watchers alike—so we’re pioneering the split-second preview: tweet-length previews at 140 characters or less. To view all of our Fall ’13 previews, click here.
WHO: Tory Burch
WHERE: New York, NY
WHEN: Tuesday, February 12
WHAT: “Girl with the dragonfly.”—Tory Burch. The designer sent us an inspiration image of a “Dragonfly” corsage ornament made by René Lalique in the late 1890s. The photograph, which is taken from the book Art Nouveau by Norbert Wolf, is pictured above.
2013 is looking rosy for reigning queen of prep Tory Burch. On New Year’s Day, news broke that she had settled the seemingly never-ending legal battle royal with ex-husband Chris Burch. And today, Forbes announced that this very settlement—or, specifically, Chris Burch’s move to sell his 28.3% stake in Tory Burch LLC—has helped make Ms. Burch a Billionairess. According to Forbes, Tory’s stake in her company is now worth at least one billion dollars (or, if you’re tabulating in Burchier ways, think about 5,128,205 pairs of Revas). The Upper East Side favorite will join the likes of Oprah Winfrey and Meg Whitman on the 2013 Forbes World’s Billionaires list, out this March.
The destruction wrought by Hurricane Sandy was immense, but the relief efforts have been impressive—efforts that have drawn even the likes of Madonna into the do-gooding fold. (At her Madison Square Garden concert this week, the lady performed a lugubrious striptease to a piano-driven version of “Like A Virgin,” while demanding that audience members toss bills onto the stage for the relief efforts. And according to today’s New York Times, she’s been knocking on doors in the Rockaways with Klaus Biesenbach.) The fashion community is pitching in, too, in its usual way: shopping.
The CFDA has rallied its troops to contribute to Fashion for Sandy Relief, a sale offering 50 percent off designs by its rank and file to benefit The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City. (The Tory Burch Foundation at Vogue are partners on the event.) It takes place tomorrow at 10am at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Pavilion. Meanwhile, the fashion execs formerly known as Fashion Girls for Japan have broadened their mission statement and rechristened themselves Fashion Girls for Humanity. (One hopes their Berger & Wild-designed logo, left, won’t have to change.) As such, it is throwing a sale at the end of the month at the Bowery Hotel, where proceeds will be donated to Architecture for Humanity and Waves for Water, two groups working to assist communities impacted by Sandy. More than 100 designers are contributing, and the Fashion Girls have, in the past, coaxed donations from the likes of Proenza Schouler, Thom Browne, Altuzarra, Alexander Wang, and Zero + Maria Cornejo. Not a bad incentive to eat light on Thanksgiving.
Fashion for Sandy Relief Designer Sale runs Friday, November 16, from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. at Metropolitan Pavilion, 123 W. 18th St., NYC. Fashion Girls for Humanity’s sale runs November 27 and 28 at the Bowery Hotel, 355 Bowery, NYC. For tickets, visit fashiongirlsforhumanity.com.