Tory Burch RTW Fall 2010 / NYCFW Day-08

"The idea of a girl in a gallery, any gallery, anywhere in the world," inspired Tory Burch this season, she said. And with the eclectic, fashion-forward taste of the art-world archetype in mind, Burch put forth her boldest collection yet. It was a step in a riskier direction that paid off in vibrant, well-detailed clothes. Though there were a fair number of classics — a great pair of ankle-length, wide-leg camel trousers, a fur-trimmed army coat — they served to spotlight the special pieces. A zip-up boyfriend cardigan in purple and metallic knit worn over a lavender feather skirt, for instance, made a splashy statement, and a spangled, chiffon bomber could be dressed up or down. Indeed, the clothes had range: skinny black pants, which laced up the side, and black fur toppers for the downtown type, electric blue crochet leggings and a matching ombré coat for the colorful and quirky.

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