Travel as an inexhaustible source of inspiration
Tory Burch was born in 1966 in Pennsylvania and grew up as the daughter of a businessman and an actress. After graduating with a degree in art history, she first began her career in fashion as a designer in New York, where she worked for Harper's Bazaar, Vera Wang and Polo Ralph Lauren. In 2004, she started her own label, which went global in no time. Her work as a designer is strongly influenced by the life of her parents, who travelled a lot, especially in the 60s and 70s. Thus, Tory's collections are always influenced by Marrakech, Athens and Capri. Old photos serve as an inexhaustible source of her ideas. Her father Buddy usually wore loafers and jackets with lining in the Hermès design and her mother Reva was the epitome of glamorous bohemian style.
Bohemian chic paired with young business style
Over the years, Tory developed her own signature, which is always inspired by the fashion of past decades, along with attention to detail, patterns and graphic elements. A tunic that Tory Burch once discovered at a flea market is considered the origin of her first collection pieces. Even today, every collection features at least one brightly patterned tunic as well as the iconic Reva Ballerina, with which the designer achieved her big breakthrough and which is named after her mother. The designer combines classic ethnic elements and boho details with sequined turtlenecks or quilted suede jackets.
Discover now graphic tunics
and light knitwear
from Tory Burch in the LODENFREY store in Munich or in the LODENFREY online shop.