“For Resort 2020, we looked to the American folk tradition — intricate quilting, gauzy eyelets and craftsy, wildflower embroideries… The collection has a rustic, homespun charm that finds balance in refined tailoring and festive, high-shine appliqués. There is nature throughout, inspired by the multicolored birds and butterflies from our farm growing up. A sense of free-spiritedness carries through to the accessories from sculptural heels to mixed-material handbags.” — Tory Burch
Easy, fluid shapes capture the spirit of the season.
The collection has an understated nonchalance in the form of soft A-line skirting, languid pajama dressing, and long, billowy dresses.
There is an emphasis on unexpected layering with cozy knits over dresses and and colorful silk scarves draped over outerwear.
Quiet neutrals—crisp white, cream, and black—ground the collection.
While warm hues of red, orange and Tory navy add depth. Shocks of pink and yellow inject a sense of vibrancy.
Prints & Patterns
Rustic yet refined… Dainty floral prints are accented with high-shine touches from Lurex to sequin appliqués.
The unexpected layering concept carries through to prints with polka-dots over asymmetrical striping.
There is a sense of whimsy in the form of oversized fauna—birds and butterflies—hyper-hued in psychedelic colorways.
Delicate eyelets and pillowy quilting fabric takes inspiration from antique Pennsylvania Dutch bedding.
While festive finishes—velvet bows, satin trims and offbeat earring-like paillettes—have a distinctly seasonal appeal.
Accessories offer an unexpected textural play. Our Lee Radziwill Double bag marries soft suede and embossed lambskin while mismatched earrings have a refined magpie appeal.
Glossy patent boots, penny loafers and mules are finished with a sleek illusion heel.