Tory Burch embraces flats and flowy form in new collection
A calf-length silk shantung skirt with mirrored embroidery sparkled in the evening light. The Burch brand — known for shoes and handbags — showed structured and boxy purses with double handles or short straps this season. The shoes were primarily very flat flats, another nod to comfort but with unique shapes that Burch said look “super interesting.”“I really thought about the architecture behind those flats. I saw a really, really cool one where it’s like the arch wasn’t there. “My dream is to do a capsule collection with my sister.”Copyright 2022 The Associated Press.wftv.com
Tory Burch mixes daywear and sportswear for luxury line
NEW YORK — (AP) — Designer Tory Burch says she’s noticed women don’t want to have rules about what they can wear and when they can wear it. The first look on the runway set the tone of her Fall/Winter show at New York Fashion Week Monday, with a dark, tech-knit track jacket with sporty yellow stripe, paired with wool boucle pants. Pandemic living has spurred Burch to combine daywear with activewear to reflect a fresh approach to fashion and a desire for less structure and more comfort, without sacrificing style. As the models strutted the catwalk, the giant red neon “New Yorker” sign glowed in the distance, with the Tory Burch logo projected underneath. “I love Tory Burch.wftv.com
NY Fashion Week 2020: Pared down, and virtually all virtual
FILE - The Christian Siriano collection is modeled during Fashion Week in New York on Feb. 6, 2020. With no celebs in the front row, no paparazzi chasing models down the streets, no stiletto-heeled crowds and no live shows at all, is there even a point to doing Fashion Week in 2020? Is there even a point to doing New York Fashion Week in 2020? “Ultimately fashion is a business, and Fashion Week is a platform for designers to do business,” says Steven Kolb, chief executive of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, which organizes the semi-annual event. But this is really, really seismic.
Tory Burch: 'I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when starting out'
Tory Burch, the fashion icon who launched a preppy-chic lifestyle brand in 2004 that now tops $1.5 billion in sales, is on a mission: to advance women empowerment and entrepreneurship by shattering stereotypes and creating new norms. Inspired by her own experience as a working mother launching a business, in which she says she received her "own fair share of patronizing pats on the back," Burch started the Tory Burch Foundation in 2009. Through a program with Bank of America, the Tory Burch Foundation has provided $54 million in affordable loans to more than 2,800 women entrepreneurs. What were the biggest challenges you faced being a woman and trying to get your fashion line off the ground? I got my fair share of patronizing pats on the back when I was first starting out.cnbc.com
Tory Burch announces fellowship program for female entrepreneurs
Fashion designer Tory Burch launched her company from her kitchen table in 2004. Now the brand is worth more than $3 billion with 168 stores worldwide. In 2009 Burch created the Tory Burch Foundation to empower female entrepreneurs. She joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss a new program that will grant 10 entrepreneurs business education, mentorship and networking.cbsnews.com