There's no question that Tory Burch has become a designing force in her own rite. The first few seasons of those signature Deco "patterns" and "logos" might have seemed like a novelty act, but she's proven there is way more sartorial substance to her madness than meets the eye. Case in point, her latest fall/winter delivery, which was rife with heavy textures, mismatched patterns, and lots of luxurious leathers and layers (who else thinks that chocolate Mongolian fur vest will be a fave on the Fashion Week circuit next September?). Overall, it embodied the richness and optimism that a great fall collection deserves, and the fact that it was romantic and youthfully sophisticated really made us want to wear it, which never hurts.
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