Tory Burch's fall 2020 collection was inspired by Francesca DiMattio's sculptures. (Burch held her show at Sotheby's in NYC, where models walked down a "runway" that was filled with 11 of the artist's sculptures.) Burch took inspiration from DiMattio's work with colors, offering bold hues and patterns on her dresses. "The collection reinterprets classic and nostalgic themes: menswear suiting cut with a softer shape, structural details played against fluid silhouettes, historic references reworked with modern ideas," read the show notes. The accessories were also not to be forgotten: Burch showcased the new "Eleanor" shoulder bag, crafted from Italian leather, and presented a wonderful line-up of must-have over-the-knee floral boots and tapered-square toe shoes. See all the looks, ahead.
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