Tory Burch was very much in the news in recent days. Firstly, with its very innovative window display in its Milan store and some days later, we admired the Duchess of Cambridge wearing one of their fantastic dresses.
The big news item was undoubtedly when Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge turned out in a most beautiful Tory Burch dress Tory Burch for the royal dinner with the King and Queen of Bhutan. Tory Burch is one of her favourite designers and everyone loved the brightly coloured intricate floral embroidery on this tulle dress, which features thigh high splits, as well as red bead embellishment on the neckline. It was front page news in all of the UK newspapers and it was simply wonderful to see the happy Kate in such a wonderful dress.
Back to Europe, Tory Burch in collaboration with both “Wallpaper”, one of the most influential designer magazines and the creative design studio “Glithero Design” in London has created an installation or display in their Milan store called the “The Kiss” to promote their Spongeware tableware collection.
To pay tribute to this installation, Tory Burch and Wallpaper organised a special event to be held Wednesday, April 13 in the Milan boutique, attended by the two London designers, as well as the chief editor of Wallpaper Tony Chambers.
The Kiss is made up of a colourful totem pole that serves as a display for the Spongeware Collection. This is a collection of hand-painted tableware that is inspired by the nineteenth-century English porcelain that Tory and her mother Reva are known to collect. It’s a wonderful artistic idea on how and why they create their