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The Sensual and Striking Collection of Tory Burch for Fall/Winter 2024

Tory Burch wowed audiences at her Fall/Winter 2024 show with an exploration of volume and silhouette in new and innovative ways. The designer's signature architectural shapes were engineered from the inside out, using a technique commonly employed in handbag construction. Seams were raw-cut, heat-sealed, and bonded to add dimension without weight, resulting in a striking and surprisingly lightweight collection.



Angular dresses and skirts mirrored the geometry of a lampshade, while familiar pieces like jackets, trousers, slips, hoodies, and trench coats were reinterpreted through fabric, proportion, and technique. Sensuality was also a theme, with transparent skirts dusted with hand-painted sequins and jersey mesh dresses piled with asymmetrical ruffles.


The collection featured a mix of unusual textures, including paper leather, faux croc, raw denim, calf hair, crushed nylon, sturdy cotton, tinsel raffia, and sheer jersey mesh. Fabrics were creased and frayed or manipulated through intriguing techniques, resulting in a range of unique and eye-catching pieces.


Tory Burch F/W 2024 Runway show at NYFW, courtesy of Tory Burch.


Burch's signature accessories also evolved for the Fall/Winter 2024 season with the introduction of the Pierced pump, a 3D-printed minaudière, and a new shopper tote. The Fleming minaudière from Spring/Summer 2024 returned in a new 3D-printed faux acetate, molded to rest on the hip or carried in buckled leather cages. The Lee Radziwill collection expanded with a shopper tote and messenger in a range of colors and finishes, from cyan leather to distressed patent and sublime tonal jacquard.


The standout piece of the season was a unique take on men's monk-strap shoes. The uppers featured cut-outs and narrow buckles, while resin earrings were worn backward and appeared to pierce the earlobe with spikes. The concept of elevating everyday items was reflected in the use of clusters of glass fruit as accessories, and the models wore shield sunglasses that wrapped around their faces. Some of the outfits were paired with elegant tights in ivory, black, and taupe.


Tory Burch F/W 2024 Runway show at NYFW, courtesy of Tory Burch.


The show was held at the iconic New York Public Library, a regular destination for Burch's design and creative research. The music, produced by Wladimir Schall, included "Toccata And Fugue In D Minor, BWV 565" by Johann Sebastian Bach, interpreted by L. Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra; "A Forest" by The Cure; and "Isolation" and "Disorder" by Joy Division.


Burch's Fall/Winter 2024 collection was a bold and exciting exploration of volume, silhouette, and texture, showcasing the designer's unique vision and attention to detail.

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