As we wrapped up Day 1 of Fashion Week last night with Jeremy Scott, the thoughts of what to come with future collections were flowing through our minds. Tory Burch, as always, is a privilege to have open Day 2 of NYFW. From the location of the show, the 14,000 pink carnation garden to the actual collection itself, the show was absolutely astonishing! Located inside of Bridge Market in NY, the team under Tory Burch worked with Miranda Brooks Gardens to help set this romantic scenery.
Key Points of Tory Burch F/W 18
Natural Beauty: clean face, rosy cheeks
Classic Tory Burch: sheer pieces
Mixing: patterns, textures and styles
Statement Coat: oversized fur coats, fur lined eskimo coats
Asian Art Inspired: patterns on dresses
Colors: classic Tory Burch pastels, dark hues
Pointed Toe Action: multiple color leather ankle cut pointed toe shoe
FAIRYLAND: 14,000 carnations placed within the set at Bridge Market
Tory Burch is always a personal favorite of mine during NYFW. Very youthful yet mature and we love seeing women designers succeed. As Day 2 closes, we look back on the many collections that were showcased over the past two days and the similarities between them all. These collections are starting to show people again how fun, edgy and creative this industry is. Here are some of my favorite looks from Tory Burch F/W 18 and some shots of the scenery at Bridge Market.