Tory Burch takes a trip down memory lane for her AW14 collection.
Tory Burch cited the armour her parents collected as the seed of inspiration for her AW14 collection, and some pieces echoed that clearly such as the skirt of leather scales or the silver lamé skirt worn by Sam Rollinson. Besides from that, Tory made her references subtle, incorporating them by means of woven, quilted or pleated textures and prints or referencing the medieval with rich tapestry brocades. The focus was more on the clean, strong, feminine silhouettes and bold embellishments.
The colour palette began muted with a host of greys and khakis, which blended in to a host of navy pieces, ending with vibrant reds. The first two looks and last are three of Torys personal faves, models stormed the runway to a soundtrack including John Carpenter’s “Assault On Precinct 13”, YBU Feat. Jonell “Soul Magic (Bass & Drum Style)” and Warpaint’s “Disco/Very”.
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