For fall, Tory Burch took her preppy girl to Medieval times, using the armor that her parents collected as a jumping off point. As tends to be the case with Burch, there were textures aplenty, be they knife pleated, quilted, or woven. The suits of armor were evident in the strong, structured silhouettes but were inherently girlish thanks to the bohemian flourishes, such as the tapestry brocades and washed-out florals. The styling modernized the looks with chunky school girl knit socks paired with lace-up Ghillie heels, embroidered muffs, and statement chain belts. Burch’s runway music was also a happy medium between old and new, with a mix of Soul II Soul’s “Back to Life” and Warpaint’s “Disco//Very”. See the collection, below:
this is some kind of spaceship or something.
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