Tory Burch takes inspiration from designer David Hicks’ architectural work for Spring 2018. Read more to know about the collection!
Tory Burch Spring Summer 2018 collection was full of life with bright spring colors like yellow, sky blue and coral used with lots of neutrals like off-white, nude and black. The beautiful patterns brought out the liveliness in the outfits – mostly geometric and floral.
Inspired by the designer David Hicks’ work, Tory Burch said, as per the fashion description “Bold. Audacious. Brilliant. David Hicks redefined interiors. His fearless and witty take on color and print, and his exquisite attention to detail, have made a lasting impression on me. For Spring/Summer 2018, we are honored to work with the legendary designer’s original scrapbooks, given to us by his son.” The runway was set up in a garden, which was natural and described the spring collection well.
There were maxi, midi and wrap dresses that gave beachy vibes. Plain sweaters and patterned jackets were seen in a few looks. My favorite looks from the collection are this flowy midi dress and the one shoulder matching set.
Accessories included long chain necklaces with multiple pendants, oversized bags, knotted belts and sunglasses. The makeup was natural with medium contouring and nude lips paired with straight hair.
Oversized tunics and loose silhouettes made up the majority of the collection. Micro-sequined fabrics and fun prints brought the chicness. While it’s great to see designers take the comfort route for dressing the modern woman, practical fashion also needs to be a notch more appealing for it to look “designer wear”. Anyhow, we would love the summer to last a bit longer in 2018 with such comfort clothing!
Tory Burch Spring 2018 Collection: Gallery