a designer that manages to work a bit of seventies into every collection is tory burch, who spend those years in suburban philadelphia inspired by the style of her parents, reva and buddy robinson. for fall, her collection took a deeper dive into the disco decade, but with a look that was more love story-bohemian than studio 54.
there was bow tie blouses, flared trouser suits, tweed fur collar coats, high waist pinstriped jeans, maxi and midi length skirts, and long fur vests. burch loves a sequin, and they turned up on as piping on tops, on the hems of skirts and bell bottom pants, and full-on in wrap skirts. some of the prints and plaids were a bit much (only tory looks good in oversized brown plaid, which she was wearing backstage on show day) but as usual, burch made the collection more fashionable without sacrificing wearability.
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