#NYFW: Tory Burch Spring/Summer 18 Runway Report
12 September 2017

#NYFW: Tory Burch Spring/Summer 18 Runway Report

Tory Burch looked to renowned English interior designer, David Nightingale Hicks, for inspiration for the latest Spring/Summer 2018 Collection. Tory delved deep into the designer’s original scrapbooks and adapted his take on colour and prints, to the collection. The result was a vibrant palette with bold stripes, florals, draped silk, and Moroccan inspired-prints that were put together in a scarf-like manner, all of which were either Hicks’s patterns, or adapted from his work.

I have to say, though, that this takes the whole summery relaxed chic vibe to a whole new level. I also spotted what could be the new Tory Burch Monogram on both bags, and the looks, particularly on terrycloth, that resembled a “T-inverted T” motif, which were also spotted on the season’s bags, particularly that of the oversized terry tote.

The Verdict: you can probably already guess what my verdict would be, given my tendency to favour vibrant colours. Perhaps the only thing I wasn’t such a fan of, were those terrycloth dresses which reminded me more of a poncho.

Images courtesy of Tory Burch