Ok it wasn’t actually a yard, the style gurus headed to the Upper East Side of Manhattan to the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum.
Burch cited David Hicks, influential interior designer, as an influence on her Spring 2018 line. The parallels of the two artist’s work are clear.
Hick’s vibrant blending of colors and unabashed usage of patterns are reminiscent of the signature look Burch has built her brand on.
“His fearless and witty take on color and print, and his exquisite attention to detail, have made a lasting impression on our brand and on me,” said Tory Burch.
On the Collection
The line was a hit with Coelho who attended the fall show with friend and fellow influencer, Caroline Daur.
“Colorful stripes, bold prints and flowy pieces! A cool preppy style that I always love ❤ @toryburch,” said Coelho who rocked a green Fall 2017 Tory Burch jacket to the show.
Tina Lueng mixed it up for the Tory Burch show. “Fall on top, Summer on the bottom,” said Leung referring to her outfit for the show. Lueng rocked a white jacket from the Fall 2017 Tory Burch collection.
Girls Love Gardens
The Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden of the museum was a hit as a venue among attendees. “Took a stroll with @ajol_llama in the park this morning for @toryburch ♥️,” said Irene Kim.
“Mom @ireneisgood took me to the garden and this llama got to run free on the grass 🙂 @toryburch amazing show today 😋,” added YouTube vlogger, Amber J. Liu.
It’s been a year since the world has seen a Tom Ford fashion show. As for the past year, in place of a NYFW appearance the world got Nocturnal Animals, an Academy-Award nominated film written, produced and directed by the designer. Last night Ford made his return to Fashion Week to show his Women’s Spring Summer 2018 Collection.
Invites for the event came in the form of a bottle of Ford’s newest scent Fucking Fabulous! So the bar was set pretty high for the show and many believe Ford delivered. Held at the Park Avenue Armory, Ford’s show was an homage to the nineties—the decade that cemented the designer as a fashion icon.
After the last model disappeared from the runway, the venue became host to a seventies-inspired party. Head of label-du-jour Off White, Virgil Abloh took the DJ booth to get the party started. Shirtless servers ensured guests were never without a drink or slider in hand. The crowd was a mix of Hollywood, the designer set and of course everyone’s favorite it-girls.
Hannah Bronfman was one of the it-girls to attend to the show. She took to Instagram to document her glam process, getting hair and make-up done in a tag team session.
In another post Bronfman praised the show and the casting inclusion of the models on the runway. “Millennial pink, topless male waiters & so many beautiful brown models on your runway 💕👏🏽🙌🏾 thank you @tomford,” wrote the multi-hyphenate influencer.
Eva Chen kept it casual, rocking a cozy, orange Calvin Klein sweater and Agolde jeans, and for good reason. Proving that moms are really superwomen, Chen attended a meeting for her infant son right before heading to the show.
“When you can’t exactly wear a full #NYFW “look” to your child’s nursery school parent-teacher orientation that is right before @tomford… 🤷🏻♀️ mom jeans and a sweater,” Chen shared via Instagram.
Kim Kardashian debuted silver locks for the Tom Ford show where she chatted with Ciara in the front row. The two friends currently both have 2 children. Ciara recently gave birth to her second with husband Russell Wilson and Kim is expecting her third via surrogate in January, 2018.
Lori Harvey wore an all-black Tom Ford ensemble to the show.
All the way from the U.K., Doina Ciobanu attended the Tom Ford fashion in a glamourous, sparkling black mini-dress.
“Huge thanks to @tomford and the team for bringing me to New York for the #TOMFORDSS18 show and dressing me in the brand’s traditional glamour 💃🏻 What a night!”
Giving a sneak peek of her Tom Ford show preparation via Instagram Camila Coelho wrote, “Time to get dressed! Starting NYFW with @tomford show!” Coelho wore a chic purple and black dress paired with strappy black and silver shoes.