Fashion designer Tory Burch is expected to continue her strides in the fashion industry by playing a leading role in this year’s retro trend and by opening her fourth shop in New York.
The signage for the new Tory Burch shop has been spotted at the Brookfield Place complex in New York, marking the first time that retail signage has been spotted ahead of the Brookfield’s grand opening in March, shopping and style website Racked NY said.
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The 2, 556-square-foot Brookfield Place storefront will be the fourth Tory Burch outpost to debut in the city (provided the Soho flagship doesn’t surprise-open before March), and once it does, it’ll join upscale neighbors Saks Fifth Ave, Hermes, Salvatore Ferragamo, Diane von Furstenberg, Scoop NYC, Burberry, and more, the website said.
Meanwhile, Tory Burch has become one of the retro fashion trendsetters of this year, a report said.
Malaysia’s The Star said the 1960s and 1970s were all over the runway during the Spring/Summer 2015 shows in the fall, and those collections will be hitting stores over the coming months.
Expect a retro rebirth over the next six months with Anna Sui, Alberta Ferretti, Tory Burch and Jeremy Scott all cutting and pasting different rock ‘n’ roll and hippie elements and influences into their clothes, The Star said.
Since Tory Burch commenced business in America in February 2004, the collections that range from ready-to-wear, shoes and handbags to accessories and fragrance and beauty have grown popular due to the use of vibrant colors, print and eclectic details, the report said.
There are more than 120 Tory Burch boutiques across North America, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia, and over 3, 000 department and specialty stores worldwide, The Star said.