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Tory Burch Fall 2013 Runway Review

Shown on her home turf, uptown in a ballroom in the Pierre Hotel, Tory Burch's collection was inspired by Gustav Klimt's paintings. Fittingly, the season's color palette and patterns looked as though they had been directly lifted from Kimt's Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I

Richly textured, the collection included shades of pink, teal, blush, navy, maroon and gold shown alongside ivory and black (Burch also noted that Lalique was an inspiration). Cutouts, embroidery, lace, embellished sleeves and pendant jewelry were bountiful making for a visually exciting lineup of wearable pieces.

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