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2013 is starting to look like a very good year for Tory Burch. On New Year’s Eve, she and ex-husband Chris finally settled their messy year-long legal battle, and now, Tory’s a billionaire thanks to the sale of Chris’ stake in her company.
After months of a messy legal battle over the similarities and business competition between Tory Burch‘s eponymous brand and her ex-husband Chris Burch’s lower-priced line C. Wonder, including Christmas subpoenas back and forth and no shortage of verbal battling on both sides, the once-married pair have settled their lawsuit.
It’s hardly a holly jolly Christmas in the Burch households this year. Page Six reports that the latest development in the messy, ongoing dispute between Tory and Chris Burch involves heavy-hitting lawyers and lots o’ subpoenas — none of which, we imagine, were tied up with a festive bow.
At this point, everyone from Anna Wintour to Diane von Furstenberg has weighed in on the legal battle being waged between Tory Burch and her ex-husband Chris Burch. But last night, Tory herself addressed the conflict during a conversation hosted by CNN’s Alina Cho at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ever composed, here’s what she had to say.
For something involving people who make pretty things for a living, the fight between Tory Burch and ex-husband Chris Burch sure is ugly.
Tory and ex-husband Chris Burch have had a rough couple of years, what with his new company C. Wonder and public falling outs. But the War of the Burches isn’t over, and now Chris is suing Tory and her company for allegedly messing with his own business.
Right on the heels of Tory Burch‘s WWD profile, Chris Burch has taken to CBS This Morning to discuss C. Wonder and his ex-wife.
And the War of Burches heats up.
If you thought Tory Burch‘s preppy and polished aesthetic meant she was too sweet to take anybody to court, you were wrong. Word has it she’s thinking about taking her ex-husband and co-chair of the board of directors of her company Chris Burch to court over his new retail concept, C. Wonder.
Some people spend years trying to start their own clothing line. Others meet wealthy, influential strangers on the street and start yelling at each other. That’s how fashion PR guru Kelly Cutrone and fashion investor (and ex-husband of Tory Burch) Chris Burch started their new clothing line, The Electric Love Army.