Tory Burch Brings Art to Life for Spring-Summer 2015

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Tory Burch’s muse for her spring 2015 collection was Francoise Gilot, the French artist who inspired and romanced Picasso in the late forties and early fifties.

The result is a Paris bohemian style that can work anywhere.

Every look in this collection—which she describes as “raw and refined,” showed Burch’s prowess for making odd couplings work.

And every look—this admixture of dichotomy—had something of interest.

Crisp white tops paired were paired with dressy pants. A marigold jacquard skirt teamed with a multi-colour, fringed, crochet top for a vibrant and warm effect. A knit sweater and printed silk skirt sported the same red and purple pattern.

It all dovetailed perfectly.

Burch closed her collection with panache–razzle-dazzle that is perfect for high day, in the form of a crystal fern pattern splashed across a coat and skirt.

Burch’s collection was elegant, easy, and innovative, with exciting pieces anyone would love to have in their closet.

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