Tory Burch’s Fall/Winter ‘19 collection is inspired by the short lived liberal arts school of Black Mountain College (1933-1957), known for its unorthodox approach to educating and strong emphasis on curving modern art in America. Burch’s ready-to-wear line took an eccentric modern twist on traditional collegiate dressing featuring eye catching mix and match prints, extravagant ruffles, and playful textures and fabrics.
There is no denying that Tory Burch is one of the best in her game: accessories. The deconstructed bags, patchwork leather knee-high boots and gold heels and glass-cut jewelry showcased surely did not disappoint! However, I was most drawn to the myriad of coats and jackets that made their way down the Tory Burch runway—wool coats with brushed-gold hardware as well as single-breasted styles that vaguely mimicked geodesic designs, a plaid trench with tan leather piping, and a black fur-lined leather jacket (my favorite). Looking forward to bundling up in Burch this this Winter!