Tory Burch Fall Winter Collection 2013/14 in New York (with itw)

Inspired by Art Nouveau, from Gustav Klimt to René Lalique, Tory Burch delivers a sophisticated and romantic collection. Printed beetles are placed on blouses and chiffon dresses, leather is laser cut for effects of lace, metallic embroidery adorns ensembles made in pastel tones. For the evening, tailpieces and jewelry replace buttons. Very popular with buyers and the American press, Tory Burch knows perfectly how to address her clients symbolizing the urban, active and chic American.

Music from fashion show

Interview
Tory Burch : The idea came from through the era of art nouveau and Gustave Klimt and his work and then just some of the Matisse from Lalique and the crystals so we thought how do we take that bold print idea and put it on light airy fabrics, which we did on chiffon and that made it light but then also the cut out, this is also a flocked velvet so just putting it on an ivory ground with navy, sort of gave it that effect.

We did some metal thread and some clear beads and then we put it on a liquid satin and it was a lot of experimentation with techniques and embroideries and appliqués.

I also like the idea of mixing high and low and this opulence with a little bit of more basic fabrics, so we wanted to sort of take that idea of high and low and see how we can make it work with very detailed clothing.

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