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Tory Burch on Her Foundation and Redefining Female Ambition

If you could dress in positivity, that outfit might look like something designed by Tory Burch. For 14 years, Burch’s bright prints, modish cuts and preppy tailoring have worked their way into most women’s wardrobes. For good reason: they’re cheerily chic. Faced with the gloom of the season and the doom of the headlines, draping oneself in Burch’s unapologetic glee is unquestionably a better response to the times than hiding under a comforter. So, today, we’re happy to announce a series of Nordstrom pop-up shops dedicated to the world of Tory Burch. Including her David Hicks–inspired pattern play in the spring ’18 collection, her new Sport styles and always adorable accessories, this carved-out space in selected stores will feature the designer’s accomplished aesthetic—let’s call it our new happy place.

In addition to the fashion, these pop-ups also feature products supporting Burch’s foundation, which promotes women entrepreneurs through education and loans. This International Women’s Day (March 8), the Tory Burch Foundation is encouraging women to #EmbraceAmbition. We spoke with the designer about this cause, her own struggles as a woman entrepreneur, and the best advice she received about her business.

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Tory Burch New York Spring 2018 Fashion Week Style

Fashion Bytes: Tory Burch’s Graphic Content at New York Fashion Week

Photo by Indigital Images

Welcome to Fashion Bytes, a cheat sheet for your favorite runway designers. From style inspirations to behind-the-scenes scoops, here’s everything worth knowing at New York Fashion Week Spring 2018.

The brand: Tory Burch

The history: Founded in 2004, this go-everywhere, do-everything style brand found an early fan in Oprah Winfrey, who called the embroidered tunics and signature shiny flats “the next big thing in fashion.” Shoppers agreed, and Burch’s versatile styles and exceptional quality quickly made her a household name. Thirteen years later, she’s still going strong, thanks to understated handbags, crisp workwear, quirky shoes and her own fragrance line.

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New York Fashion Week Last Looks: Yesterday’s Runways at Rodarte, Narciso Rodriguez, Alice + Olivia and Tory Burch

A simple color scheme doesn’t always mean plain clothing, something demonstrated by Rodarte’s fall collection, which proved the power of texture.

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Image: InDigital

Designing siblings Kate and Laura Mulleavy are prone to referencing a medley of influences, invariably taking us into a world of eccentric fantasy. This season, San Francisco, art nouveau and their golden years at Berkeley fused into a hard take on lace frills. The frenzy of embellishment began with skirts featuring ruffled piping in alternating patches of leather and Western-style sequins, while lace and mesh were worked into every form, from ’80s-style joggers to tiered bridal dresses hand-embroidered with sequined flowers. Mismatched earrings in every shape and size carried the mélange of moodiness down to the details.

SHOP: current season Rodarte

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Your Handbag Profile: Which Style Are You?

It goes with you everywhere: errands, outings, meetings, appointments. You put everything you’ve got into it. If you were to lose it you would be, well, screwed.

A gal’s relationship with her handbag is a pretty dependent one. And finding the bag that’s right for you leads to a future of well-cordinated organization, i.e., bliss. To aid in your annual accessories update, we’ve selected some of the best new purses for several personalities. Find the one below that you most identify with, then follow our suggestions to discover your handbag mate.

MARC JACOBS Gotham City saddle bag

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Last Looks: Tory Burch, Rodarte, Oscar de la Renta, Narciso Rodriguez

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Photos: InDigital

Starting off Monday’s runway shows, Tory Burch‘s latest collection took cues from beauty in unexpected places, issuing a nod to mod with some modern refinements. An abundance of embroidery, fringe and prepster smocking came as no surprise, while plunging necklines, breezy silhouettes and twists on Burch’s iconic caftan evoked beaches and blue seas. As the show progressed, the palette softened from daytime bold reds and blues to an equally at-ease iridescent pastel organza.

Shop: current season Tory Burch

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Street Style

Get This Street Style Look

We can’t get enough of Crystal Nicodemus’s eye, so we’re bringing her Fashion Week street style posts to the mix all year long. Get inspired by the industry’s best dressed, and then … make their look your own!

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Shop similar styles:
Blue Tunics | Red Clutches | White Maxi Skirts

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Eileen Fisher Tunic | kate spade Clutch | Michael Kors Maxi Skirt

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How to Change the World with Piece & Co

In 2012, Kathleen Wright left the business world to begin a small nonprofit. That global artisan-focused fashion industry game changer, Piece & Co, is just three years old, but today it takes a major step forward.

Nordstrom teamed up with Wright to connect rural craftspeople with brands such as Current/Elliott, Tory Burch, Joie and Theory so that designers for those lines might utilize gorgeous handmade textiles for their spring 2015 collections. Those dresses, separates and accessories are live on our site as of now.

The results of these collaborations won’t just change your wardrobe; they might change your life, and they will definitely change the lives of the women who had a hand in bringing them to you. I sat down with Wright to talk about three of the women she’s met in her Piece & Co travels, women whose talent, skills and dedication are changing the way we see style this spring.

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New York Fashion Week: February 17

Highlights and commentary from yesterday’s runway shows: bold looks rooted in girl power at MARC BY MARC JACOBS, a ’70s Moroccan fantasy from Tory Burch, modern minimalism at Narciso Rodriguez and the bittersweet passing of the torch at the always lovely, classically feminine Oscar de la Renta show.

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Street Report: Candice Outside Burberry

Candice Lake is practically Wonder Woman in my eyes. Not only does she have impeccable taste, she’s also a skilled photographer, model and all-around fashion maven (check out her website). Plus, she just had a baby! Candice looks classically feminine and chic. The full skirt is the most popular cut of the season and this pink-hued number is stunning. Retro inspirations are clear, but this look is perfectly contemporary.

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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Full Midi Skirts | Black d’Orsay Pumps | Woven Leather Handbags

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Topshop Skirt | Trouvé d’Orsay Pump | Tory Burch Satchel

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Street Report: Garance Outside Michael Kors

Blogger extraordinaire, Garance Doré, has that special je ne sais quoi quality that makes French women so effortlessly chic. Despite her fashion world celebrity, Garance is so sweet and calm. This tranquility is represented in her style, which is understated and yet unique.

Garance’s gold miniskirt garnered a ton of attention this morning, and I love how she’s toned it down with a loose cashmere sweater. We love you, Garance!

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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Shop similar styles:
Metallic Skirts | Cashmere V-Neck Sweaters | Green Pumps

Shop our Editors’ Picks to re-create this look:

Tory Burch Metallic Skirt | Halogen Cashmere Sweater | Manolo Blahnik Pump

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