TORY BURCH NEW YORK FASHION WEEK FALL/WINTER 2017 REVIEW

It’s that time again: New York Fashion Week has returned to the city for more than a week of runway shows, presentations and beyond.

The twice-annual fashion event runs through Feb. 16.

We review the fall/winter collections, from your favorite iconic designers to those making their NYFW debuts.

Keep checking back for real-time updates from New York Fashion Week.

Always the consummate hostess, Tory Burch served hot chocolate with marshmallows in heart-printed cups at her show at the Whitney Museum of Art on Tuesday, and put hardcover books of love poems on every seat for Valentine’s Day. Her runway was a bit of a Valentine to women, too, specifically her muse, Katherine Hepburn and her “outdoor glamour and confident femininity.”

One look paired a blue Fair Isle zipped sweater with a slouchy tweed plaid trousers — very Hepburn — effortless, casual chic. There were oversized snowy faux-furs and shearlings, blouses with matching ties monogrammed with Burch’s initials in script, and smart, easy barn jackets. The great outdoors morphed into downright pretty for the party — a navy trouser featured a band of big rhinestones at the waist, swirly blue florals, and some outstanding gold embellished looks. Accessory du jour? Chain necklaces with a bauble at the bottom inspired by Burch’s father’s cigarette lighter. (Anne Bratskeir)

By amNY.com staff February 14, 2017

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