For Pre-Fall 2018 collection, Tory Burch described it as “Neo-bohemian”, taking inspiration in her love of gardening, from orals to modern updates on gardening workwear. Shot at the beach and garden, the lookbook showed these easy, breezy looks that are pretty and modern.
The collection opened with a charming daisy print, followed by bold colour blocking and an intricate oral, inspired by vintage table linen. Also present in the lineup is graphic patchwork print featuring checks, dots and stripes to celebrate the season’s eclectic style. In addition, the collection also has a palette of crisp white, navy and earthy tones like terracotta, gold, green and pink that tie back to the garden theme.
Silhouettes were an eclectic mix of light, feminine dresses with soft volume and blouses with a clean line that balance a workwear-inspired jacket and a take on a classic trench. A nod to Tory’s love of textural contrast, materials for this collection range from a delicate cotton silk organdy and sun-bleached canvas to a heavier knit, shearling, and soft suede. While smocking, subtle pleats and fringe highlighted the collection’s breezy vibe.
Tory Burch is increasing her jewellery collection. Rake and hoe earrings, chunky pendant, cast walnut lockets, and charm bracelets dangling pretzels, peanuts and gardening tools that give an unexpected humour. While snakeskin patchwork pieces bring a dramatic flourish. Another highlight was Colour Block Platform espadrilles that have a casual vibe carried through to handbags with an assortment of easy totes in the graphic.