Held at the landmarked Bridge Market on 60th Street and First Avenue at the base of the Queensboro Bridge, Tory Burch’s Fall/Winter 2018 mood-elevating show venue featured an oasis of pink carnations and mossy turf, apparently a nod to choreographer Pina Bausch’s dance Nelken. Every look that took on the runway had its very own distinct character.
Inspired by style icon Lee Radziwill, Tory layered masculine and bold statement-making outer wear such as an utilitarian parkas, plush shearling jackets and a few contrasting tailored styles over utterly feminine floral-print dresses and separates. There were a sea of romantic ruffles, frills, pristine white shirtdresses and a stunning suede trench. Tory also named one of the collection’s major motifs, a painterly floral print that recurred throughout in five colorways after Lee Radziwill’s autobiography, “Happy Times”.
Photo : IMax