Piece of the Week: The Tory Burch Bag
Its true that we have yet to get away on our summer holidays, but its worth pointing out that some of the pre-fall collections have a number of cute accessories that are whimsical enough to travel with you to far-flung vacation destinations and still work back at the office come September.
Case in point: The Tory Burch “We Belong to One Another” message saddle bag. There is a certain charm to the way the circle of earth-toned paper dolls surrounds the center double T designer logo closing clasp. And the naive leather lettering of the positive message across the front of the bag has a childlike joie de vivre to it. Also, the neutral color palette makes this bag a really versatile accessory that can transition easily from a warm summer season to the cooler months of fall.
The spiritualist, and globetrotting Italian furniture designer, Gabriella Crespi, inspired the whole pre-fall 2017 Tory Burch collection. So it has a slightly 70s Moroccan and Indian energy. The line up has a Kumbaya kind of chic to its designs, which this delightful little bag perfectly embodies. It’s inclusive message a visual balm to frayed nerves and overworked women looking to for a positive mantra to get them through the doldrums of having to return to the daily grind of the job in the fall.
Jessica Michault is the Senior Vice President of industry relations at GPS Radar by Launchmetrics. She is also the editor-at-large for ODDA magazine and contributes to publications like the New York Times, the Business of Fashion, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Mixte magazine.
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